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Jillian Birkbeck likes to fish with her dad, Bob Birkbeck, on this Pennsylvania family's new Tournament 225.
Stu Klausner and Don McCarthy "knocked the shrimp pretty good" one fine September day. Stu owns an Escape 209.
Henry Morales and Don McCarthy accompanied Escape 209 owner Stu Klausner (right) for a most successful trip for sheepshead, at the Savannah wreck.
Bimini 306 owner Al Matrisciani from Jupiter, FL, (left) and his crew of Phil Fraumeni, Paul Ward and Arthur Darby hooked this one 300 feet down, off the Juno pier.
Beaufort Blues - Paxton Peters and crew had a grand weekend, first time out in the Beaufort Inlet and along the NC coastline, aboard his Sportsman 180.
A successful day of flounder fishing on the Ocean City, NJ, artificial reef for the crew of "Ledge Fever": 16 flounder, the biggest being 7 lb.,12 oz. caught by John Latwinus. (l-r) John Latwinus, owner Jerry Bonsall, and Jerry Bonsall Sr.
Jerry Bonsall's crew brought in the yellowfin in June aboard Bimini 306, "Ledge Fever", at Poorman's Canyon.
Jack Clements (left) caught his first bluefin tuna on Jerry Bonsall's Bimini 306, "Ledge Fever", in July. The trip was topped off with a couple of mahi shown here by Joe Ruesle and Pat Ward.
Capt. Ken Gray, T. J. Gray, Joe Brotman, Jerry Morris and Dave Majors fished the Ocean City White Marlin Open aboard "Just Right IV", a Sailfish 28. The yellow fin tuna was caught 78 miles off Indian River Inlet.
Capt. Ken Gray, Wilmington, DE, had a good crew aboard his Sailfish 28, "Just Right IV", for the Ocean City White Marlin Open. (l-r) T. J. Gray, Joe Brotman, Gray, Laura Johnson and Dave Majors.
Neal Cunningham and Steve Sharpe brought dolphin to the Crocker Marine/Grady-White Ocracoke cookout in June, caught aboard Sailfish 282, "Lady C".
Cathy Cunningham and Kendall Sharpe are happy with the dolphin they caught off Ocracoke, NC, aboard Sailfish 282, "Lady C", during the Crocker Marine/Grady-White invitational tournament. The fish was enjoyed by all at a cookout attended by Grady-White CEO Eddie Smith.