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Catch of the Day: July 5, 2012

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The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region.  Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion.  Please email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.

The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region. Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion. Please email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.

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  • The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region.  Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion.  Please email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region.  Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion.  Please email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region.  Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion.  Please email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region.  Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion.  Please email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.

The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region. Email your photo to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.

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Comments on this photo » 4

nativeonepointtwo writes:

A third of the way to Cuba out of Marathon!

smurfula writes:

That's a Dolphin, not a Tarpon.

nativeonepointtwo writes:

in response to smurfula:

That's a Dolphin, not a Tarpon.

Who suggested it was a Tarpon?

smurfula writes:

It's not there anymore, but the FIRST time they listed the pic, it was called a Tarpon, they stopped the description, after the first time.

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