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Catch of the Day: Nov. 24, 2011

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Six-year-old Colin Raymond went fishing for the first time on Friday, November 18th at Marco Island.

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Six-year-old Colin Raymond went fishing for the first time on Friday, November 18th at Marco Island.

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  • Six-year-old Colin Raymond went fishing for the first time on Friday, November 18th at Marco Island.
  • Dan Miller, from Blairstown, NJ, caught this 27-inch redfish at the beach last week.
  • Angler Chad Carhart from Estero and Captain Mark Yimin of Calusa Fishing Adventures hold up their 'doubleheader' redfish, caught using live pilchards.
  • Islandwalk Fishing Club members, Bud McKay, Bob Billharz, Herb Schuchman, Ron Lanning, David Brzoska and Bill Davis with amberjack caught on live pinfish 30 miles out from Naples with Capt. Vic Vazquez.
  • 'Ladies' Day" Angler Lynn McNabb shows off a snook that she and friends Laura Ryan (left) and Kerry Oswald (right) caught during two days of fishing last week with Capt. Todd Geroy.
  • Alex Cabada caught this 17-inch pompano with a sand flea at Naples beach on Thursday, Novermber 17th.
  • Alex Cabada caught this 33-inch black drum with a sand flea at Naples beach on Thursday, November 17th.
  • Sarah Nansul Wallace, from Naples, used an old beetle spinner with a crooked hook to catch this largemouth bass at 7 a.m. on November 9, 2011.
  • Corey Kalisik caught this slot sized snook in a mullet school with a gold spoon while fishing the grass flats with his father, Randy Kalisik, in Estero Bay. The fish was released.
  • Best friends Riley Peel and Tyler Rea of Naples caught these redfish on a recent Captain Rapps Charter. Superstitious boat captains believe that bananas are bad luck, but Riley and Tyler appear to have proved them wrong.
  • This is John Jacobson. Jacobson caught this Jack near Rookery Bay with Capt. Charles Charters.

The Naples Daily News and naplesnews.com are showcasing fishing photos from throughout the region. Anyone can submit a photo for inclusion.

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