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Congratulations to Captain Casey Wagner! 55' Jarrett Bay, Inspiration Sportfishing wins the 2017 NC Governor's Cup. See the points race online at http://www.ncgovcup.org and https://www.crystalcoastnc.org/governors-cup-standingsSubmitted by thebigrock on Thu, 2017-07-20 10:11
Run-Off ran off with a record $1,161,450 prize Saturday as it scored a wire-to-wire victory at the 59th annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament.
Run-Off weighed in a 533.8-pound blue marlin caught early Monday by angler Matt Hanley of Glen Allen, VA. Hanley’s catch stayed atop the standings the rest of the way. Read more »Submitted by thebigrock on Sat, 2017-06-17 17:59
For the second straight day, the 59th annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament experienced a major leaderboard realignment as Rehab took over second place in the blue marlin division with a 506-pound catch.
Rehab captain Nathan Shepard, Statesboro, GA, and angler Ryan Howard, Savannah, teamed to bring the blue marlin to gaff after a 75-minute fight. They knew their catch was big enough for the leaderboard right after the strike when the huge fish tail walked away from the boat before running deep. Read more »Submitted by thebigrock on Fri, 2017-06-16 19:58
Just when it looked as if the fourth day of the 59th annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament might end without a blue marlin catch, Floar Plan had the right plan to grab a position on the leaderboard.
“We came across some cool water and got lucky,” said Flohr Plan captain Brent Gaskill, Harkers Island. “Our fish got in the bait and hit the long right rigger hard. Then we got lucky again.” Read more »Submitted by thebigrock on Thu, 2017-06-15 18:48