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Does any have comments on why the shape of makos are so different in the spring and fall. Most of the big one we catch to the west are males. In the spring nice and thick and in the fall, they are long and lean? I have my thoughts. If you look at the mako shot posted. This fall fish was 318 pounds. With its length in the spring it probably would have gone over 400. Any theorys?
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