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ROW crew is set - For the "Rock on Warriors" (ROW) striped bass tournament, Ron Schaefer and crew, prepare to go out on his Express 305, "MELLOWFIVE". The team's fishers of honor were the Coast Guard's Jess McCulloch and Rosie Garam.
Adam's first billfish - David Dunn's son, Adam, with his first billfish, a white marlin. It also was the first billfish caught on David's 282 Sailfish, "BANKWALKER." A nice catch and release on Father's Day.
Father's Day fun - David Dunn Sr. and crew, his sons David Jr., Adam and family friend, Robbie Hood goofing off on their annual Father's Day fishing trip. It was a good day fishing off Carolina Beach, N.C. on his 282 Sailfish, "BANKWALKER."
Shallow red - Mike Janssen caught a nice redfish near Rockport, Texas. Mike's 251 Coastal Explorer got him close enough for sight casting this 27" redfish.
A dock full! - Harold Burdette, friends and family had a great day fishing red snapper on his Fisherman 257. Harold enjoys Grady-White and the service at Marine Max in Pensacola. Grady-White and it's dealers are happy to see moments like these.
Maiden voyage success - Frank Perna had a good day fishing his Freedom 307 off Rehoboth Beach, Del. Several catch & release, and a few keepers made for a great maiden voyage. Welcome to the Grady life!
Bottom-fishing run! - Hitting up the Norfolk Canyon paid off! Fred Demarra reeled in a nice golden tilefish on Brian & Cathy Hodson's 270 Islander, "C-Time".
Dottie Pacharis caught this very large Kingfish (King Mackerel) on the Gulf. The fish measured 47” and weighed in at 36 lbs.
Roger Muller caught this black sea bass last summer. Roger is a proud owner of a 300 Marlin. He loves fishing along the Hudson River in NYC.
Roger Muller fishing striped bass near NYC in the Hudson River. Roger owns a 30 ft. Grady-White Marlin. Amazing shot!
Caroline Sherwood caught this 41" yellowtail while enjoying a great summer fishing on her 300 Marlin- San Pedro California
Caroline Sherwood with a nice Halibut. – 37”