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Thread: State Record Bonito?

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    State Record Bonito?

    What Davis accomplished by hauling in that little tunny was snapping the longest-held record in the Alabama Marine Resources Divisionís (MRD) saltwater record book. Davisí bonito weighed 22 pounds, 4 ounces to eclipse the 21.0-pound mark set by W.A. March Jr. of Mobile in 1956.

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    A bonita half that weight is huge.
    I cannot fathom the size and girth of this beast. Must've looked like a blackfin
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