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Catch of the day: Southwest Florida anglers show off the big ones: Sept. 22, 2011

Bill D'Antuono holds up a snook he landed while fishing Gordons Pass with live shrimp. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.

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Bill D'Antuono holds up a snook he landed while fishing Gordons Pass with live shrimp. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.



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  • Kelsi Brazelton of Bonita Springs holds up a 34-inch redfish she landed while fishing Estero Bay with live shrimp under a popping cork. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • Bill D'Antuono holds up a snook he landed while fishing Gordons Pass with live shrimp. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • Alice Fowle holds up a 31-inch snook she landed while fishing Naples Bay docks with family. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • Joe Brincku holds up a 25-inch spotted seatrout he landed while fishing with local guide Mark Yimin. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • Local guide Al Fontdevila, right, and his son, Blake Fontdevila, landed these two redfish while fishing near Marco Island. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • Rhys Brossard, 10, landed this hefty tiger shark while fishing offshore with family. Email you image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.
  • John Gillispie of Naples holds up a snook, his first, that he landed while fishing south of Everglades City. Email your image to news@naplesnews.com to be considered for this feature.

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