Yet, he had no trouble trolling up five yellowfins from 30 to 65 pounds plus two skipjacks on Side Job from Belmar for John Clark and his crew from Pa. by staying on the outside of the 150 boats. The tournament was based on the total weight of the three heaviest fluke caught on each boat.
Posted on August 9, 2020 97-pound white takes over first in WMO Capt. George Steller brought Frank Criscola s Crisdel from Brielle Yacht Club to the White Marlin Open scales at Ocean City, Md. shortly after they opened at 4 p. m. with a white marlin that had some heft to it. The scales remain open until 9 15, and I ll add a blog then if anything changes before tomorrow s last day.
Posted on August 8, 2020 WMO down to last two days As noted in the previous blog, there were major changes in the big money white marlin division of the WMO today and I suspect there will be more to come as the contest wraps up with the two days added on due to the uncertainty as to how long the tropical storm would last. Drillin Billin was the big winner today as their 77-pound white pushed Hook Settle s 74-pounder out of first and sets up a 2.
I m sure like most of you we are without power. Make sure you allow extra time to get to the boat All traffic lights in Atlantic Highlands are out as of 11 00am and you may have to drive a extra mile to make the u turn hopefully by tomorrow the power is back up See you soon.