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Proud Girls - Isabelle and Carlie Kennealy show off their catch after a fall afternoon trolling and jigging for rockfish near Breezy Point, Chesapeake Bay. The Sean and Nicolette Kennealy family own Tournament 190, "SeaNic".
Richard Moffett is one satisfied fisherman with a very nice rainbow trout caught and released from his Adventure 208, "Joyful, Joyful", based on Keuka Lake, one of New York's Finger Lakes.
Barry Bailey shares this photo from Down Under where the black marlin were in for Christmas 2008. "Eight kilo line, three for three!" Released, of course, from an Express 305.
Reel Nice One - Barry Turner, Reisterstown, MD, caught a 44" striped bass trolling near Solomons Island aboard his 2007 Gulfstream 232, "Reel Y Late".
Tanner Gray reports that gag grouper (and the reds) have been solid off of Topsail, NC. He fishes a 1985 Fisherman 20, "Kwite Outta Line". "She's almost 25 years old and I fish her hard."
Maine State Record - Jean Baulu, his captain Richard Robichaud, and crew won $10,000 for breaking a Maine state record with a 470.5-pound blue shark brought in during Port Harbor Marine's Casco Bay Classic. They fished on an Express 360.
Capt. Ed Mancini caught a 57-inch, 120-pound bluefin aboard his Voyager 248.
The Richard Garza family from Weslaco, TX, Express 265 owners, caught 12 king fish in two hours east of the Port Mansfield jetties. Son Richie holds one of the catch. Their Grady's name is "La Espanola".
John Abela from Malta in the Mediterranean enjoyed hot August fishing aboard his Advance 257.
Dave Walker and "Tight Wad" got into the halibut one fine day off Tatoosh Island, WA, with fish averaging 30-lb. each, aboard Bud Wasierski's 2001 Seafarer 228.
John Wasierski (left) and Sam Edmonds enjoyed a four-day trip out of the west coast of Vancouver Island, landing 30-40 lb. king salmon. They learned not to leave ice chests on the back deck of their rental house: a bear cleaned 'em out but the guys had secured their fish elsewhere.
Tom Langseth is a happy man! He along with five others enjoyed a week of salmon and halibut fishing heaven off Ukulete, Vancouver Island, BC, aboard Bud Wasierski's Seafarer 228.