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Grady Owners Revel in Fishing Success

 

All over the world, Grady-White boat owners are having great success with tournament wins and great catches! Here’s a little inspiration to make you want to get your rod and reel and sign up for a tournament in your area. Win or lose, we promise you’ll have a good time!   

 

 

The Gradys had a good showing at the Annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina.

 

The crew of Scouts Out, a Grady-White Fisherman 257, caught two dolphin during the tournament. Here they stand together at the weigh station with a 16.9 lb. dolphin. They made the leaderboard that same day with their second dolphin coming in at 20.7 pounds. Captain, Carl Parker, noted, “This was a great event in a dependable boat that got us home safe every day!”

 

Sweet Caroline, a 33' Grady-White, took home a gamefish daily first place prize with this 24.3 lb. dolphin.

 

A gamefish daily second place winner, Stetson’s Revenge, a Grady-White Release 283, made the leaderboard with a 21lb. dolphin.

 

Sweet Caroline, a 33' Grady-White, took home a gamefish daily first place prize with this 24.3 lb. dolphin.

 

A gamefish daily second place winner, Stetson’s Revenge, a Grady-White Release 283, made the leaderboard with a 21lb. dolphin.

 

 


 

 

 

Left to right: Curt and Marsha Winbourne and Renea and Johnny Baker accept the award as the overall winners of the 2020 Atlantic Beach King Mackerel Tournament with a winning catch of 41.61 pounds.

 

 

 

Two Grady-White boats took honors in the annual Virginia Beach Tuna Tournament. High Tyde, an Express 370, won the tournament and also caught the single largest tuna at 52.7 poundsKnot ‘N Line, an Express 330, was the winner of the tournament's small boat division.