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NWC Stellwagen Tuna - George Boesel and first mate Chris Hayes brought in a 66-inch tuna aboard 257 Advance, "MickeyFinn". A great July day out of Boston! George reports they kept five gallons of pogies alive for 12 hours in the livewell. "That livewell design is worth bragging about."
Kurt Tsuyuki is happy with his new Chesapeake 290 and his catch of spring (king) salmon. "Grayhaven II" was purchased from Capstan Marine, Richmond, British Columbia.
California Tuna - Derrick Galiste, Tracy, CA, with his first tuna of the year aboard a Seafarer 228.
A Bluefin, Baby! - Ken Dubuque brought in a 62-inch, 200-pound bluefin tuna off Massachusetts aboard his 2009 Canyon 336.
Frank Stockstill and crew brought in the wahoo aboard his 2004 Marlin 300, "Tangled Lines", from 70 miles out of Galveston, TX, during the American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) Tournament, May 29, 2009.
Jay Scarola and his Bimini 306 fished the 2009 Mike Schmidt Invitational against some of the best anglers in sportfishers ranging from 50-70 feet. His 44-lb. dolphin was the largest caught on the smallest boat. He made a Grand Slam with the dolphin plus a tuna and a wahoo. He was the 2006 Grand Champion. This event benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Hall of Fame baseball player Mike Schmidt handed the foundation a check for $200,000.
Susanne Fuchs is an artist and fashion designer based in Germany. She and husband, Milan Behensky, enjoyed the fishing off Marathon Key, FL, in their new 306 Bimini purchased from Caribee Boat Sales in Islamorada.
Milan Behensky is pleased with the king mackerel fishing off Marathon, FL, in the Keys. He and wife, Susanne Fuchs, own 306 Bimini, "Grouper Trooper".
Reed Choate accompanied by Ken Bower and Brad Hoffman caught these striped bass aboard his 306 Bimini, "Candy", out of Barnegat Inlet, New Jersey.
Striper Fishing Machine - Ron Schaefer sure can find the spring stripers in the Chesapeake! He fishes a 2007 Express 305. "So far it's been a great pre-season. This photo was taken the day before the season opened, April 17th, so this fish went back into the Chesapeake Bay. We like to get them back in the water ASAP. We caught three fish that day in an hour and a half."
Jim Utterback and son, Scott, say it was a team effort to land this one--the biggest rockfish they've ever caught. The Utterbacks were fishing in the Chesapeake Bay near R2 Buoy aboard their 2007 Seafarer 226.
What a Day! - Glenn and Lesley Appleton's grandson, Jared, is just as happy with the bait as he is the quarry. He fell asleep atop the fish box on the family's Escape 209, "Get Reel", holding his prize.