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Identified as: GSB490
Matched by: Unmatched first encounter
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Occurrence ID: 5c42f819-fd0b-45ed-be54-d565ad3332f0
Workflow state: approved
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Noticeable scarring: ring body scar
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About 150 pound class adult Giant Sea Bass. The fish had swum part way through what looked like a large-diameter Frizby ring or maybe one of the metal bands that you sometimes find on 50-gallon metal drums. The ring had stopped right at the pectoral fins behind the operculum, trapping one pectoral fin so that it was immobile. The top of the ring was cutting horribly several inches into the top of the fish.
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8 left-side spots added.
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