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Great Grady O'Day - Three-year-old Lachlan O'Day and father Gavin O'Day caught a huge striper off of Spring Lake, NJ, aboard the family's Tournament 185. Meaghan O'Day shares this picture.
Advance 257 owner Wesley Hardee and family members Ray Hardee and Ryan Hardee got into the drum!
Seven Dan caught this nice dolphin just off Miami. His name of his Grady "Cat 2 Relax" originated from wanting a boat to relax on, and with double hulls it's almost 2 good 2 be true....
Jon Lamb caught a 52-pound amberjack 30 miles offshore from Pensacola, FL, aboard his Fisherman 222. "What a great day of fishing!"
Gulf Stream Grooper - Tanner Gray fishes way offshore out of North Topsail Beach, NC, on his 1985 Fisherman 20, "Kwite Outta Line". Kwite a grouper, Tanner!
Todd Hendren got a "special birthday blessing" when he landed a 42-inch, 28-pound striper while fishing in his 2006 Seafarer 228 on the Merrimack River, Newburyport, MA.
What a dolphin, dorado, mahi mahi...by any name, this 58-pound fish is sweet! Randy Torres caught this beauty out of Port Canaveral, FL, on the Oculina Cones aboard his Marlin 300.
L.I. Canyon Catch - Port of Egypt Marine customers Will Crabtree (2nd from right) and Kevin Spicer (2nd from left), and friends Jose Lefty and David Crummy, brought in the yellowfin aboard Crabtree's 2007 Express 330 while canyon fishing off Long Island.
Mamma Mahi! - Beverly Keith and husband, LeBaron, landed a 30-pound mahi aboard Cummins Mebane's Marlin 300 off Wrightsville Beach, NC.
Megabytes! - Jacob Jernigan and his dad, Doug Jernigan, accompanied Marlin 300 owner Cummins Mebane for a Gulfstream trip off Wrightsville Beach, NC, and got into the mahi!
First Cobia 2008 - Michael Turnbough from Birmingham, AL, brought in the season's first cobia as reported by the Mobile Press-Register. The Turnbough family has a Tournament 225 purchased from MarineMax of Central Florida/Gulf Shores.
Flounder-rific! - Susan Stewart's Marlin 300 crew had a great Grady day fishing out of Somers Point, NJ: (l - r) great nephew Kiernan Winkler, grandson Noah Reape, husband Donald Reape, Capt. Susan herself, and nephew Tommy Winkler.