Big Rock Day 2: a slow one

After some pretty hefty excitement yesterday, with two 500+-pound blues weighed on Day 1 of the Big Rock, Day 2 saw much slower fishing, with 121 boats offshore but only nine billfish releases.  Six blues, three whites was the final tally.

No changes in the blue marlin division, and in the Release Division Galot 3 moved into first with another blue marlin release today.

More information to come…

About John

John Harmeling is the co-founder of billfishreport.com and granderwatch.com. Having traveled to and fished the major billfisheries across the globe, he counts Kona and Cairns as his favorites, and the black marlin to be the ocean's supreme pelagic specimen. He believes the very best and most enjoyable place to find tuna is in a marlin's stomach.

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