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June 05, 2007


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So that must be the real name. Quite a few years ago we were in Florida in Clearwater and we did alot of fishing. One of the fish we caught looked exactly like the one above and was also the same size. We had never seen a fish like that before - we don't have them in the Med - and a guy on the beach looked at it and said ''Thats a nice Black Drum''. Well, we gave it to him (it was his lucky day!) as we were staying in a hotel so could not cook it. Are they the same family of fish then?

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