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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!
Maria Janasko, age 11, caught her first double header of yellow perch in Lake Erie, five miles north of Lorain, OH, aboard the Jim Janasko family's Journey 258 docked at Beaver Park Marina.
John Berkey is some kind of happy about the tuna he's catching on his Sailfish 282 out of San Diego, CA.
Haley LeBlanc and her cousin, Austin, had a good time catching speckled trout on Lake Pelto out of Cocodrie, Louisiana. The Tim LeBlanc family owns a Seafarer 228, "Haley Rose".
Gulf Guys - The family and friends of Jerry Lobranos sure can catch fish aboard his 2006 Sailfish 282 out of Venice/Port Eads, Louisiana, and Cat Island, Mississippi.
That's Spellman's fishing team captain Doug Wells reviving an approximate 400lb blue marlin prior to release. The angler was Derrick Wells. The fish was caught aboard the Spellman's fishing team Express 330.
Some say New Yorkers play the greatest blues in the world. You'd get no argument from the Spellman's Marine Fishing team with this gorgeous 400-pounder released aboard their Grady-White Express 330. This fish stands to win the 2009 Hamptons Invitational Tournament. The angler was Derrick Wells.