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Old 09-06-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default DEEP WATER FISH OF THE BAHAMAS

Finally got my pics back from our last Bahamas trip....Here are some of the deep water species we caught on the bottom in 2000 ft.....Sort of bummed bec. the pics didn't come out so good.

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Default Holy deep bottom fish, are these new names for ID?

Anthony:

Wow, those are some amazing looking fish! Hey, do you think that they can be certified as Ciguatera free, and low in heavy metals, :cyclops: ?

I have never seen such interesting fish. Thanks for posting the photos. Even if they did not turn out to be crystal clear, those electric reels sure make an impression. That tackle looks monster, upsized: are those 130s or are the images in the background actually "smaller than they appear" ?

When I get my deep drop stuff altogether , would you be so kind as to put me on a fair spot that you know of?

You are one of the few, mate.

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Wow, those are some amazing looking fish! Hey, do you think that they can be certified as Ciguatera free, and low in heavy metals, :cyclops:
Yes, I would venture to say they are Ciguatera free....most Ciguatera fish come off the reef...Them fish are clean as a whistle....I don't worry about metals...I only eat them fish a couple times a yr.

contact me and maybe we can put a trip together....

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