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Captains corner: Tarpon Roundup totals jump

Tarpon Roundup update: Joshua Black was the Week 4 (June 10-12) winner of the Suncoast Tarpon Roundup over Mike Clark, each releasing one tarpon. Under the event's rules, because Black's tarpon was released earlier during the 5 p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday fishing window, he was awarded the victory.

Mary Quinette caught two fish to bring her total to seven in women's division.

Junior division angler Aaron Crisp and landlubber division angler Bert Waterman both released one fish for the weekly crown in those categories.

Week 5 (June 17-20) brought a big change to the leaderboards, with David Rhea winning the week and taking the overall lead with nine releases. Landlubber Eddie Herrington had one release for the weekly title.

Overall, Logan Clark leads the junior division with two releases, Waterman the landlubber with three, and Mary Quinette the women with seven.

Rick Frazier runs Lucky Dawg Charters out of St. Petersburg and can be reached at (727) 510-4376.

Captains corner: Tarpon Roundup totals jump

06/23/11 [Last modified: Monday, November 7, 2011 5:50pm]
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