Top 5 Live to Fish Catches of 2016

2016 was a phenomenal first year for the Live to Fish team! As a whole, we’ve snagged a wide variety of different fish across our beautiful home-state of Florida. To honor and reflect on this past year’s glorious catches, we’ve compiled a top 5 list of fish caught by the amazing members of our pro-staff team. For more pictures, follow us on Instagram @livetofishsports!

5. Cobia Caught by Lesniel, Ian, & Genaro, Tampa Bay Area

This mighty cobia was reeled in by LTF teammates Lesniel (pictured), Genaro, and Ian during a night-fishing trip off the coast of Tampa Bay. The guys took turns reeling in this bad boy.

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4. Kristy’s Amberjack, Ft. Myers

Friends of the LTF team, Kristy and Captain Brice caught this monster amberjack while fishing off the coast of Fort Myers Beach.

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3. Chris’s Twin African Pompanos, St. Petersburg

Chris caught these twin puppies in over 80 ft. of water while fishing off the coast of St. Petersburg. Great job!

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2. Cody’s Black Drum, Crystal River Area

This mammoth fish was the last catch of the year for LTF teammate, Cody. What a great way to wrap up the year!

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1. Mike’s Mahi-Mahi, Florida Keys

Mike reeled in this beautiful dolphinfish while visiting the Florida Keys. He’s an avid kayak fisherman and our very own redfish whisperer. To congratulate and thank Mike for all his efforts to the Live to Fish team, we’re giving him a $100 LTF gift card! Thanks & keep it reel, Mike!

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Interested in becoming an LTF teammate? Start using our hashtag #livetofishsports and tagging us in pictures @livetofishsports on Instagram! Impress us and we’ll reach out to you.

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