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Stan Wright



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Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2009 5:48 pm    Post subject:  How Big, What Kind? Reply with quote

Just got this from my friend Bill..... He and I just love to brag about our kids.

LOL... Aloha, Stan



Stan ….

Just got a picture from my son Mike.

He just came thru Honolulu last week on his way to Guatemala

to help his brother in this fishing operations.

He stepped off the plane in GUA last Friday night

took his boat out Sat am to shake it down for customers starting Sunday.

So here he hasn’t seen those waters for 5+Mths,

he hits the GPS spot for the last Marlin he hooked 5mths ago,

60min later snap and hooked up, and 90min after that, they land and release

The fish in the attached PIC.

How big? At least 6 – 800 but look close….

I think it was a BLACK MARLIN. look a the pectoral fin.

Not uncommon, but they get Blues 50 to 1 Blacks.



“Tight Lines” and great fishing

Bill


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:12 pm    Post subject:   Reply with quote

Hi Bill,
yes it´s a Black. A very nice fish, but I think the fish has between 500 and 600 pounds.
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