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Byline: Steve Gibson
Ray Markham doesn't give a hoot about body slams, slam dancing or home runs with the bases loaded.
The only slam he cares about is a Backwater Slam (a snook, spotted seatrout and redfish on one trip) that he catches on the water near his Terra Ceia home.
A Backcountry Slam beats the heck out of any other slam any day.
Whenever, Markham, who runs the charter skiff Flat Back, catches a spotted seatrout and snook, his thoughts immediately turn to a redfish. He wants that third species to complete his backcountry triumvirate.
"That can be a chore," he said while casting a D.O.A. Shrimp off Rattlesnake Key in southern …