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One morning last week there were 2 DFW stocking trucks at the Redwood Estates exit off of highway 17, and they were transfering fish from one truck to the other. I'm thinking a truck might have broke down and so they needed to move the fish to the other truck to get where they were going. I wasn't close enough to see what type of fish, but they looked big. Anybody have any idea what kind of fish would be transported around here this time of year?
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