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Jim Doyle, right, helps Brendan Barry with his keeper striper caught off of Race Point, Cape Cod, MA, aboard 2006 Gulfstream 232, "Barry's Landing Too".
First Fluke! - Paul Byrne is pleased with the first fish caught on his and brother Mike Byrne's Adventure 208, in the Long Island Sound off Huntington, NY. "Imagine our excitement when we caught this 27", 8 pound fluke!"
Wahoo, yahoo! - (l to r) Randy Poore, Charles Young and Kevin Campbell had a jolly time catching this 75-lb. wahoo along with a slew of mahi dolphin over 50 miles offshore North Carolina aboard Grady 228G, "Jolly Mon".
Blake Foster is working hard on his first blue marlin, successfully fought and released off Pensacola, FL, aboard his father Dana Foster's Canyon 336.
First Marlin - Chad Banks reeled in his first billfish aboard Sailfish 282, "Trinity II", with buddies Scott Woody and Captain David Stone. Captain David Stone and Jule McMichael celebrate Chad's first billfish by throwing him in the water!
Doug Christie fishes with Bud Hosner of Oregon aka Land of Halibut aboard a 2004 Marlin 300.
Marquesas Magic - Mark Dobler knows how to spend a winter's day: trolling for wahoo off the Marquesas Keys! How about that tower on his Canyon 366, "Makowatt?"
Tall stripers - Steven Alligood is 6'6" and you can see in perspective how big these striped bass are, caught aboard brother Glenn Alligoodis Tournament 205.
Skip Daynes trailers his Seafarer 228 from Utah to Telegraph Cove, British Columbia, to catch 45- to 55-lb. salmon like this one.
Chuck Kahlert is pleased with his 50-lb. golden tilefish caught December 31, 2010, aboard Brian Hodsonis' 2002 Islander 270, "C Time", out of Norfolk, VA.
NC Citation Striper - Stanley Oliver keeps catching the big stripers! Here is one "modest" 35 pounds, one of a couple dozen caught this excursion by the crew of his Fisherman 222, including an almost 50-pounder released.
Andrea Svancarova caught her first bluefish in May 2010 off Bayonne, NJ, fishing with Roger Muller on his 232. The fish weighed about 7 lb., 2 oz. Way to go, Andrea!