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    Nice Job!!! Sweet stringer!!

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    Great Job Skip!! The passion is what its all about in any sport...Thats what I strive for in life is to do whatever I have the most passion for...and you showed that in this post and you also show it in your charter buisness. Ever since Oscar introduced me to you he pulled me aside and said "no matter what you do...try and learn from him" and every since that day i've been like a sponge when I fish with you and read your posts...This kinda stuff just inspires me to fish harder. Thanks!
    Congrats also to Scotty and Adam.



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    man, thats a sick drift right there! congrats!

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    hell yeah Skip!! Enjoy it man..


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    Congrats on the win skip! If you really like to fish nothings better than figuring out the fluke bite on any given day. Most people with boats our size/range think were nuts going fluking rather than offshore more. I say they'd rather drive/burn time and fuel, rig, drag baits, clear lines, cut, chuck bait and wait than work a rod and jig or rig for bites all day....i.e., fishing.

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    Congratulations on a great team victory.

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    Way to go Skip!


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    Great job - congrats!
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    Nice!.....is that scotty in the pic also?.....

    nothin like catchin big fluke!.....so u got "THE BELT", eh?
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    Just saw this! WTG man!
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    Don't sell yourself short my friend.....You're not a bad Striper or Tuna angler either. Actually, one of the best. Great story and well deserved prize.

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    Cappy I remember when we both worked for another capt. who was also locally known as the Duke!THOSE WERE THE DAYS!!!
    CONGRATS TO YOU & THE CREW!!!!
    See you the 18th!
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    Thanks again everyone! Still surreal to me! I will remember that 1 drift for the rest of my life!

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    that's awesome Skip. Congrats again! My buddy Jeff and I will see you next Monday

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    Great job Capt Skip and crew you guys kicked some butt! That stringer was unbelievable!!!!!! It was great to see your dad out fishing again.
    We where running out of time but I kept hearing in my head what Skip always says NEVER GIVE UP and at 4 pm we managed to catch a real good fish! We raced to weigh in at Sterling Harbor and had to spend 15 min resuscitating the fish do to live well problems. We where last to weigh in and managed to pull off 1 st place single heaviest!
    It was great seeing many of my close friends collecting Trophies and checks. It was also great winning for the 1 st time with new boat TUNA CHIC and new awesome crew!
    CONGRATS SKIP YOU THE MAN!

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