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Tamara Melvin and her son, Robbie, made their annual trip to Sekiu, WA, aboard their Gulfstream 232, picking up 19 black rockfish and two ling cod over 15 pounds. This was Tamara's first hitch hikers caught on ultra light tackle with 8# test. Must have been the pink rod!
Great Group of Groupers - Linda and Shawn Weinand, right, took delivery of their new Canyon 336 from Fish Tale salesman Tim Newcomb with wife Tami, left, and right off the bat got their limit of 8- to 10-lb. grouper. Fort Myers Beach, FL.
Bruce Stepaneck, left, pulled in a 58-inch bluefin tuna caught off Chatham, MA, aboard Jim Whelan's 2008 Canyon 336.
Albacore Aplenty! - (l - r) Janson Wong, Elmer Agbayani, Mike Anoba, and Adrian Yslava took a gaggle of albacore tuna off Monterey, CA, aboard a 2004 Adventure 208.
First in Firsts! - While fishing for the first time on her and husband Joe's Adventure 208, Karen Sarno hooked her first fish, a summer flounder caught off Asbury Park, NJ. "Although the fish was not quite worthy of the dinner table, Karen is quite proud," writes Joe. "The boat rides and fishes GREAT!!!"
John Stavrakas aboard his 2001 Sailfish 282, "Full House II", with a 45-lb. striped bass caught at Block Island, RI.
Jack Brink, Sailfish 28, "Christina L", sends in results of a beautiful day's wade fishing the Chandeleur Islands with his good friend John Young from Houston, TX.
James Crouse of Virginia is the proud owner of a new Seafarer 228 that sure raises the fish, like his catch-release 51" citation red drum.
Day at the Ledge - Andrew Battles, 13, caught his largest-yet striper the first weekend in September 2011 aboard his family's 1998 Sailfish 272, "Fire Escape". A great ending to the Cape Cod Bay season. Alright, Andrew!
Bull Dolphin Express - Captain John Gibson holds a 50-lb. bull dolphin caught on his Express 330 20 miles off Key Largo, FL
Limited Out Two Days - Pat Zender's first season on his new Gulfstream 232 couldn't be better! Beautiful Washington salmon!
Captain Tom Hershey says that without his Sailfish 282, "Sea Star", his son Todd's yellowfin tuna would have been just a dream. The Hersheys boat out of Ocean Pines, MD.