Family dominates Mullet Toss

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Gilbert Bustamante (left) won first place in his age group. His son, Bryce Bustamante (middle), claimed the top spot in his age group, while the youngest, Brenton Bustamante, came in third place. The three are pictured with Bryce and Brenton’s grandfather, Billy Ayo, who was celebrating his birthday that day.
Gilbert Bustamante (left) won first place in his age group. His son, Bryce Bustamante (middle), claimed the top spot in his age group, while the youngest, Brenton Bustamante, came in third place. The three are pictured with Bryce and Brenton’s grandfather, Billy Ayo, who was celebrating his birthday that day.
The Bustamante family participated in the Mullet Toss in Gulf Shores, Ala. and dominated the event.

The Mullet Toss is an annual event where people on the beach throw a mullet from a 10-foot circle in Alabama across the state line into Florida.




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