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Brittany Patrick catches Tiger Shark Navarre Beach Fishing Pier

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Recipe | Brittany Patrick catches Tiger Shark Navarre Beach Fishing Pier | Brittany Patrick catches Tiger Shark Navarre Beach Fishing Pier
Brittany Patrick catches Tiger Shark Navarre Beach Fishing Pier
Brittany Patrick catches Tiger Shark Navarre Beach Fishing Pier
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Navarre Beach Fishing Pier on Wednesday, July 21, 2010. Brittany Patrick, hooked & landed without any help, a 6 12 foot Tiger Shark estimated at 80 pounds on the pier this evening. It was the first Tiger Shark caught on the new pier. Could Brittany be the first female ever to land a Tiger Shark on any of the Navarre Piers?
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