Nikkie Cox (left), Meaghan Faletti and Rachel Bowman (right) made up Team Hang On, which took first place in the third annual Lionfish World Championship in Pensacola this weekend.
Nikkie Cox (left), Meaghan Faletti and Rachel Bowman (right) made up Team Hang On, which took first place in the third annual Lionfish World Championship in Pensacola this weekend. Contributed
Nikkie Cox (left), Meaghan Faletti and Rachel Bowman (right) made up Team Hang On, which took first place in the third annual Lionfish World Championship in Pensacola this weekend. Contributed

These women caught more than 900 lionfish in 24 hours off the Florida coast

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