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Tanner Gray and Scott Erickson caught these black sea bass, all over 12 inches, off Topsail Island, NC, aboard Gray's 1985 204 Fisherman, "Kwite Outta Line". Good fishing!
Jose A. Mejia considers his Canyon 336 to be the best fishing machine built! He caught this white marlin 14 miles northeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Bill Reynolds from Cherry Hill, NJ, weighs in a 41-pound striped bass, November 2009. Bill is looking forward to many great Grady days aboard his new Gulfstream 232 purchased from Somers Point Marina.
Marc Schule, right, proud owner of 2008 Bimini 306, "Undine", with the first striped bass of the day from the Cape May Rips. Ten minutes later, Rich Mark, left, caught a citation bass weighing over 30 pounds. Marc loves his Bimini purchased from the team at Taylor Marine in Milford, DE.
Wade Fishing - Jack Brink III and Dick Grist at Freemason Island off the Louisiana coast, aboard dad Jack Brink's 2006 Sailfish 282, "Christina L".
Andy and Melody Miller, two of the Scott Miller family's three children, fishing out of the Milwaukee port on Lake Michigan. The Miller family caught their share of king salmon over the years aboard a 2000 Escape 209, and have had lots of fun on the Great Lakes!
Jessica Wolfinger caught and released this 27-pound black drum off Punta Gorda, FL, aboard her dad John Wolfinger's Fisherman 222.
Tyson Bancroft holds up a 23-pound spring salmon after a Great Grady Day aboard a Gulfstream 232, on Kyuquot Sound, northwest corner of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
What Wahoo! - John Hatcher of Downingtown, PA, sends this photo of his son, Jeff, and Timothy William Rawlings, Jr., aboard the Hatcher's 1988 Offshore 24 out of Hatteras in early November. Largest wahoo that day was 56 pounds, with others running from 30 to 41 pounds!
Motley Tuna - Steven Dumont and his hands aboard Marlin 300, "Motley Crew", brought in a tuna about 25 miles off the coast of Portsmouth, NH. This was the second tuna they'd caught in a two week period.
Bob Michener, member of the Somers Point Grady-White Club, displays one of two yellowfin tuna caught about 65 miles off of Ocean City, NJ, aboard "Someday", a 283 Release. A perfect day at sea for this retired school administrator!
Alan Blattler from Gibsons, BC, Canada, shares this picture of his wife, Ginny, trying to hold a 48-pound Chinook salmon that's the largest he's caught in 40 years of fishing. The Blattler family enjoyed a week-long trip to Port Hardy at the northern end of Vancouver Island with their Sailfish 282, "Great White". A memory of a lifetime!