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    Panama Mixed Bag #2034 06/08/09 12:55 PM
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    There’s a wide array of species to catch in Panama, and a seemingly wider variety of ways to catch them! Poppers, swimbaits, live bait, cut bait and jigs can all be the ticket for large and exotic fish. Below are some random pics of fish caught on some of the above mentioned methods.


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    Amberjack are plentiful…….if you want to catch them that is wink
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    They call it a lemonfish
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    Re: Panama Mixed Bag [Re: Bret Baker] #2040 06/12/09 01:24 PM
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    looks like saltwater to me.


    Here fishy fishy
    Re: Panama Mixed Bag [Re: roostertail] #2044 06/14/09 07:47 PM
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    Originally Posted by roostertail
    looks like saltwater to me.


    No, in Panama these are fresh water out of the Gatun lake.

    Re: Panama Mixed Bag [Re: zummie] #2616 10/07/09 04:21 AM
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    Can I have the angler from the first pic? She is stealing all the attention from that beautiful fish!


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    Re: Panama Mixed Bag [Re: Bo Patro] #2644 10/09/09 10:52 AM
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    I second that. She's the trophy catch out of all them...haha


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