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Email from David Caisse regarding this
90+ lb Tarpon caught with Capt. Tony.
Tony,
It has almost been a year since my family and I went to the florida
keys for a vacation of a lifetime. I know you probably don't remember
me, but on May 1st, 2002 my son and I had the pleasure of hiring you 
for the best day of fishing we have ever had in our lives.

The fact I was there with my son as well to share this incredible day 
was something I will never forget. It will probably be a while till I can get
the money for another trip to the keys but when I do, rest assured you
will get the call. Thanks a million and let me know if the picture did
come through. Happy fishing!
David W.Caisse,
Nashua, N.H.



            
   

 

   

 

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