Day One fishing was contested under HHH conditions - hot, hazy and humid. The ocean was a sloppy and choppy 4-feet for anglers but very fishable. The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina (www.CharlestonHarborResort.com) offers a white sand beach and shade in the exhibitors village for tournament patrons to enjoy. Escape indoors to the Reel Bar for some refreshment as necessary! This tournament is a part of the World Billfish Series (www.FishWBS.com) where anglers cam compile WBS points in order to qualify for an end of the season championship at Los Suenos. The fourth leg of the S.C. Governor's Cup will also be a WBS event - making Charleston a good place to rack up WBS points.
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PhotosByJeffDennis: Mate and angler Abe Kuhn holds his 54.2-pound dolphin with Sportin' Life owner Graham Eubanks and the USS Yorktown in the background; Monty Montgomery of Moncks Corner with his 12.2-pound blackfin tuna that leads the CBC tuna division after Day One; Junior angler Randall 'Makum' Glover and Atlantic Tackle's Jeremy Burnham with two mahi caught aboard 'Scout 34'