She was hoping to win for the third year in a row.

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[ Flora-Bama Mullet Toss returns in pandemic: ‘This is normal’ ]
Thump! The fish landed following a toss of 89 feet, or 1-foot shy of a personal best of 90 feet. Watkins was in the lead for her age group of women, 36-49.

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Watkins was in the lead for her age group of women, 36-49. She was hoping to win for the third year in a row.

‘This is so fun,’ said Watkins, a Stapleton resident in the northern part of Baldwin County. ‘I was super excited when they announced they were doing this again. People just want to get out. This is normal. It’s the Mullet Toss.’

Indeed, a sense of returning to normalcy was embraced during the Mullet Toss ‘ an outdoor event on the Florida side of the famous Flora-Bama. For the first time, the event was held in October after having been delayed from its traditional late April time slot due to strict government regulations during the early portion of the coronavirus pandemic.


Publisher: SFGATE
Date: 2020-10-25 04:01:08
Author: JOHN SHARP Al com
Twitter: @SFGate
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