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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,

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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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