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Patti and Dale Belknap's four-year-old grandson, Ellis, caught his first rockfish on the Potomac River in Maryland this summer aboard Islander 270, "Hard to Resist". "Both the baby rockfish and the grandson were released back to their 'parents'."
Do We Like to Fish! - Mary Monahan Thomas shares this picture of her nieces and nephews with the biggest flounder the Monahan family has caught on Sportsman 180, "Loon A Sea", out of Avalon, NJ. (l-to-r) Sean Ettore, Luke Donaphon, Abby Ettore and Maddie Donaphon. "This one's a beauty, just like our boat!"
John Welsh is all smiles about this big pike he caught aboard his brand new 2008 Tournament 205 in Pointe au Baril, Ontario, Canada. Great catch, John!
Six yellowfin from 80-100 lb. and two longfin tuna, great overnight trip after an 80-mile run to the Lindenkohl Canyon for Jerry Bonsall's Bimini 306, "Ledge Fever", crew. (l-r) Joe Reusle, George Miller, Jerry Bonsall and Big Jim Morrissey.
Jack Harney proudly displays his first catch, a scup, caught aboard the Paul Harney family's Seafarer 226 in Falmouth/Cape Cod waters.
Al Turner brought in a good-looking king salmon off Tofino, British Columbia, aboard his Express 265.
Vic Rollins had a fine day fishing for king salmon out of Bamfield, British Columbia, aboard his Gulfstream 232.
Chris Thorsen (l) and Michael Fisher (r) had a 15-albacore-day along with Scott Daly in Michael's Adventure 208, about 45 miles off Half Moon Bay, California. "Twice, all four of our rods were hooked up with tuna at the same time."
Sardinia Island - Marco Santinoli from Milano, Italy, thinks his Express 330 is fantastic! So does his friend, Angelo Casartellin especially when the two brought in this 40 kg (88 lb.) giant after an hour-and-a-half fight.
James Mott III, age six, just caught his first albacore! It was also the first tuna for the Mott family's Escape 209.
Michaela is all smiles about her dad Ray Bresnahan's striped bass aboard the family's Tournament 192 out of Point Judith, RI.
Bob Harley, left, has enjoyed many a day aboard his 1988 Offshore 24, "Jumbalina", including one this past August with Don Wheeler and Jack Crosson, catching mackerel and cobia.