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A record-setting win

After a day of tough boating conditions, Team Pro Marine stunned the crowd by weighing in a 65.15lb kingfish at last weekend's Wild West Kingfish Tournament. The fish broke the Wild West record and organizers believe it could be the largest king mackerel ever caught in a local tournament. Team Triple J took 2nd Place with a 44.78 lb king and Team Blacked Out Wells got 3rd Place with a 42.40 lb king. Pictured (left to right) Jim Naset, Rick Cook, Austin Naset, Brian Brandano and Kevin Hannon,

After a day of tough boating conditions, Team Pro Marine stunned the crowd by weighing in a 65.15lb kingfish at last weekend's Wild West Kingfish Tournament. The fish broke the Wild West record and organizers believe it could be the largest king mackerel ever caught in a local tournament. Team Triple J took 2nd Place with a 44.78 lb king and Team Blacked Out Wells got 3rd Place with a 42.40 lb king. Pictured (left to right) Jim Naset, Rick Cook, Austin Naset, Brian Brandano and Kevin Hannon,

Wild West

Team Pro Marine won last weekend's Wild West Kingfish Tournament at John's Pass with a 65.15-pound kingfish, a Wild West record. From left are Jim Naset, Rick Cook, Austin Naset, Brian Brandano and Kevin Hannon.

A record-setting win 04/18/16 [Last modified: Monday, April 18, 2016 6:10pm]
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