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Extreme fishing ... inshore

Updated: October 20, 2008, 12:52 PM ET
By Ronell Smith | Special to ESPNOutdoors.com

Mention extreme angling, and thoughts of guys battling huge bull or mako shark come to mind. And rightly so. Extreme angling means big fish, heavy tackle, often tough conditions and a physical battle on top of it. Or does it? Catching bonefish or permit in water skinnier than a Venti cup of Starbucks is nothing if not extreme to the anglers who call this sport home.

Stalking a fish 400 to 500 yards, having to account for wind, work with the tide and then make a near-perfect cast is a Herculean ...

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