1st - Jim Jobson (34.6lbs) -$5,000.00 (Turbo USA) & Trophy from (Global Fishmounts)
2nd - Benny Townend (20.1lbs) - HOBIE OUTBACK KAYAK (Nautical Ventures)
3rd -Ahmad Vazquez (19.6 lbs) - HOBIE REVO KAYAK (NAUTICAL VENTURES)
4th - Benny Scoca (18.1 lbs) - $1,000.00 (POMPANO FORD)
5th - Michael Wood (17.9lbs) - Sea Ghost Vibe Kayak worth $899
6th - David Gauzens (17lbs) - $500.00 (POMPANO FORD)
7th - Frank Troppe (15.7lbs) - Hobie Livewell worth $300
8th – Jon Venarchick (13lbs) - COSTA Glasses worth $250
9th – Marcos Baldo (11.9lbs) - $100 AFTCO Gift Certificate
10th – Christopher Crawford (10.1lbs) $50 Gift Certificate to Houston’s
Benny Townend - (20.1lbs) - $2,000 RAILBLAZA Kingfish Calcutta
Ahmad Vazquez - (19.6lbs) - $500.00 YakAttack Tuna Division
Justin Rienerth (15lbs.) - Trash Can Slam - Trophy and Costa Sunglasses
Ahmad Vazquez - $300 Vibe Kayaks Prize Pack
Jeff Forand - Sailfish Division
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Sorry to see that the sailfish got away -- The tournament boat might have taken some good photos for you. Is a sailfish still on your bucket list ? If you just could have caught one more of those kings -- would have put you in the money.
I'm considering the second summer slam tournament, but it all depends on timing and finances.
Now go out there and get that sail.
I rarely fish for Sails, and they are always an incidental on a kingfish stinger rig -- usually wrapped on the bill. Sounds like you know what you need to change....when a fish has a lot of line in the water, the drag has to be backed off, or it will break off. We need to get that off your unicorn list... msg me the next time you go offshore.
Sure thing John, as soon as this weather gets more predictable.
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