Sunday, July 14, 2013

2013 MegaDock - Final Results

Top tuna went 25.4-pounds for Chris Gepford 
Meatfish Slam on Saturday for the Rookie IV
Stream Weaver went out on Saturday and did what the rest of the MegaDock Governor's Cup fleet failed to do. They backed up their Day One release points, by racking up enough Day Two release points to win the 2013 MegaDock. Stream Weaver release a blue marlin on Thursday good for 600 points, and then released five sailfish on Saturday good for 1000 more points, finishing ahead of second place Sportin' Life by 200 points. Home Run had 1400 points but finished in third due to time of release. Chasin' finished in first place after Day One, but failed to build on that lead, and Rascal suffered a similar fate - but that's fishing. A new tuna leader came to the scales on Saturday when Chris Gepford brought a 25.4-pound blackfin after fishing with Cacique. The 71.8-pound wahoo held up for Kirkley Russell fishing on Russellhat. Kelli Roof fishing  aboard Game On won the Lady Angler MegaCleat for her three billfish releases, and she had the heaviest dolphin too, coming in at 42.6-pounds. Winning the youth angler MegaCleat and fishing aboard Arica was 9-year old River Simmons who released his first ever blue marlin / billfish. Congrats!

To view past blog entries from the MegaDock click 20132012, 2011, 2010, or 2009.

River Simmons (right) with his MegaCleat
Tournament Director McKenzie Hutaff and MegaDock patrons

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