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Suncoast Tarpon Roundup update

Week 2: Bert Waterman won the second weekend of the Suncoast Tarpon Roundup by releasing two silver kings from the Redington long pier. James Roehm maintained the landlubber and overall lead by releasing one tarpon.

Aaron Crisp, David Elmore and Colin Feinberg released one tarpon.

Logan Clark, competing in the junior division, released three.

Elmore also won the Dave Crisp Memorial Day trophy by releasing two, and Ashley Epperson won the Joy Cup by releasing one.

Week 3: Mary Quinette won the week and jumped to the top of the overall leaderboard by releasing four tarpon. She is the women's division leader, too.

Whitney Harper came in second with one release, and Mike Clark finished third by releasing one as well.

David Elmore and Doug Dawson also released one fish.

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

Suncoast Tarpon Roundup update 06/09/11 [Last modified: Thursday, June 9, 2011 8:15pm]
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