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Amberjack Off The Alabama Coast
Almost 300 feet below the boat, the leviathan inhaled a live bait and moved toward the sharp edges of a nearby reef. Unlike the blazing speed of a king mackerel or yellowfin tuna, the mighty fish slowly, but steadily pulled heavy-duty braided line from the deep-sea reel.

When it reached the edge of the sunken ship, the fish stopped and simply dared the angler to yank it up through nearly a football field of water. Exhibiting...

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