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We'll Take Halibut - John Smith and John (Bud) Wasierski headed out to salmon fish off the west coast of Vancouver Island, but the fishing was kinda deep. Bud says, "Big halibut--a good trade for salmon." His Grady is a Seafarer 228.
String o' Fluke - Nick Suhr, Little Egg Harbor, NY, is happy with his nice catch of fluke aboard his 1998 Sportsman 180. Bet they tasted great!
Salty or Fresh.. - John Tickle (left) enjoys his Fisherman 230 in waters salty (Florida) or fresh (Tennessee)! Nice stripers.
Fishing with the Guys - Doug Carson (left) had a good crew including Brendan Corbin and Frank Gilmore for a day's fishing aboard his GW 275.
Big Ol' Striper - Southeastern Marine sends in this photo of customer Doug Carson with a very nice striped bass aboard his and wife Colleen's GW 275.
John Hagen and his son, Sean, proudly hold the 45' Striper they caught off the New Jersey coast over the Memorial Day Weekend 2012 on John's 2008 336 Canyon.
Standing in front of "Widowmaker," the McCloskey family's Gulfstream, Gary McCloskey, Sr., Joe Sears, Doug Hurban, John Baker, and Gary McCloskey, Jr. (l-r) show off their bountiful catch from the Mid-Atlantic Canyons where the Yellowfins and Dolphin have invaded with the first push of warm water
First Bluefish - Yay for young Jack Stajduhar, who caught his first bluefish on his family's Canyon 336 out by Block Island. Dad Pete Stajduhar says, "He kept asking to use his favorite lure and we finally let him, and look what he reeled in! This is our 4th Grady and we absolutely love it."
Julie Hirsch came back to the docks with a very nice cobia caught off Juno Beach, FL, aboard her Marlin 300.
Cobia Magnet - Norman Hirsch with one of two cobia caught off mid-April off Juno Beach, FL, aboard his 2006 Marlin 300.
John and Tracey Hodgson, right, are Canyon 306 owners who scored sailfish on their Costa Rica vacation.
We last heard from Express 330 owner Larry Wangberg after his start of a series of 2-wk adventures in the Sea of Cortez, to San Carlos, MX. After a 650-mile run to Santa Rosalia and down the Baja coast, "Unleashed" was in La Paz. "The beauty of Baja where the desert and mountains meet the sea is truly special. The many islands are terrific! The fish we caught were the talk of the marina where we held our own w/many yachts over 100ft. We'll be down again in March. Meanwhile "Unleashed" awaits in San Jose del Cabo."