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#11607961 - 05/17/16 10:46 AM Somewhere In Texas DINOSAURS Still Swim The Rivers
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Registered: 08/06/12
Posts: 983
Loc: Texas, Earth, Milkey Way

i fished a remote stretch of river with no rod and reel water body record for alligator gar, ended up hooking 4 nice gar in a few hours, this one went 6 foot 6 inches and 140 pounds and fought me as hard or harder than any gar i have caught, she had me stuck in mud passed my knees while she just kept pushing hard for 15 minutes or more before i could finally retrieve my gopro and catch the footage seen here.
Alligator gar are one of the largest and oldest fish on the planet fossil records indicate they have been around relatively unchanged since the Cretaceous period 100,000,000 years ago swimming the same areas they swim today.

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#11610712 - 05/18/16 02:26 PM Re: Somewhere In Texas DINOSAURS Still Swim The Rivers [Re: SharkBaitTV]
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Awesome post and video. Thanks for sharing. cheers

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