Big Cudda

Cassidy and I had to get this big cudda off the flat as it was scarring all of the bonefish.

So I caught about a 2 lb bonefish and we put a hook in the lower half of his body.  A big

hook with a steel leader on a hand line, that means no rod.  We walked the flat and

found this fish that Cassidy had seen living there for awhile.  Swung the bonefish out their

and he hit it like a freight train going 100mph.  He spit the bonefish out twice and keep

coming back for it.  We let him eat it and then set the hook hard.  Leave it up to a local

to fight a fish like this with only your hands.  Cudda steaks for dinner.

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