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Four year old Laney got some help from her Dad catching and releasing this bonita while fishing in the waters of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary.

Niki Rogers fished with her Dad and her sisters in the waters adjacent to the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. They caught 2 yellowfin tuna, taking advantage of the warmer waters in the 2015 El Nino waters.

Trent Kalinak fished with his Dad and his brother in the waters adjacent to the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary and caught his first yellowfin tuna. The El Nino has brought an amazing amount of "exotic" fish into the Southern California waters.

Trent was out-fished by both of his kids. Here he shows off his catch of the day.

Teagan enjoys some time with his Dad and sister while fishing in the harbor adjacent to the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. Here he shows off a big Jack Smelt.

Capt. Mike Makowski sent in this picture of a Permit that was caught while fishing in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Jennifer caught this nice yellowtail while fishing onboard the Mirage Sportfishing, which fishes within the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary.

Brain Callihan shows off a beautiful Cubera Snapper caught while fishing in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Brian Callihan sent in this beautiful picture of a fish jumping out of the water while fishing in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Young Aidan is learning how to fish in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Thanks to the Constanzo Family, he caught this small snapper which was quickly released to grow bigger. Good job Aidan!

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