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Charlie Denton, Georgie Amador and Tito Amador tagged and released a sailfish north of Arecibo, Puerto Rico, in Yukiy', an Escape 209.
Yellowtail Day - Richard Lauziere and sons Andrew (shown here) and Peter enjoyed a charter trip in St. Thomas, USVI, landing a bunch of yellowtail and a mutton snapper. The Lauzieres are charter members of the Chesapeake Bay Grady-White Club, and own a 2000 Adventure 208.
Back at the dock, six-year-old Cameron Leffert shows off the first yellowtail jack he caught and boated himself aboard Greg Leffert's Sailfish 282.
Justin Leffert, right, brought in his first tarpon caught in Eggmont Channel, Tampa Bay, FL, with Trevor Flathman, left, aboard Greg Leffert's Sailfish 282.
Michael Dopudja, right, proud owner of a 1995 Islander 268 out of Manteo, NC, brought home a bluefin tuna caught on a double Mo Jo rig while fishing for striped bass off Oregon Inlet. His buddies David Thompson, Concord, VA, and Brian Bauer, Lynchburg, VA, crewed.
Immediate Satisfaction - Patsy and Roger Heath, right, took delivery of their new Gulfstream 232 on a Friday, and brought back stripers from Oregon Inlet on Saturday with friends Gary and Katherine Amerson.
Peter Sullivan, right, from Stamford, CT, caught this 260 pound big eye tuna September 21, 2007 while chunking off Montauk Point on his 2003 330 Express.
Stu Pagel caught a nice 30-in. gag grouper February 9, while practicing for an upcoming Fish Tale Grady Club tournament.
Tucker Jean made his first fishing trip aboard his family's Sailfish 25 "Sportbridge" off Boca Raton, FL.
Stanley Oliver brought in a 43-lb. striper 35 miles north of Oregon Inlet, NC, caught aboard his Fisherman 222, "Stan-O".
Bud Waleski, right, and his two buddies went a fishin' December 12 in the Rappahannock River off of Urbanna Creek, VA, and got a 45-in. striped bass. Bud is the president of the Southeastern Mariners Grady-White Club, and the name of his Sailfish 282, "Sceam", is derived from the first letter of his four daughters' and his wife's names.
Puerto Del Ray - Waldy Lopez, left, and family and friends had a good catch of snapper on Release 283, "Mariemma".