WG's son Willy, his fishing partner won a bunch of prizes in a carp tournament with this beautiful 18+ pound Carp. His picture appeared on the cover of Carp Anglers Group magazine. What a way to start the New Year. Nice Job Willy. I am sure you outfished the old man. 1/1/07
Jim Brandt with a nice Amberjack jigged up in the ocean off of the Isleamada on the Florida Keys. 2/8/07
Jim Brandt with a Tarpon taken from shore at night fishing the bridges. Working to improve the lousy night picture. Woo got into the action a couple of nights before. Jim helped with the landing. See below. 2/13/07
Jim Groves with a nice tarpon taken on a Lewy in the Florida Keys 2/11/07. Many more fish were lost over a 4 day period due to break offs and thrown hooks. Very tough from shore.
Jim Groves trying to lift an even bigger fish the day before. Too far away to get closeup. We wanted a quick release. 2/11/07
Hal Price with a large schoolie striper taken on his flyrod at the Mill Pond in Orleans, MA 5/16/07
Hal Price with a nice bass he caught on a trip he took me in his boat on Pleasant Bay in Chatham, MA. 5/29/07
5/25/2007 George Horvath caught a 31" 19 lb common carp in Carnegie Lake at Princeton, NJ, on corn meal. A passing biker Paul Suozzo stopped and took the attached photo. George, that is some fat goldfish.
Here's some striper pictures from Saturday 6/2307 in the ocean below Sandy Hook. Capt. Dave of Queere boat, Rusty Balls and myself caught 9 big stripers. Smallest was 19 pounds. Most were at least 25 pounds. The biggest were 28, 32 and the biggest was 46" and 37 pounds caught by myself. It was the greatest night of fishing ever!!!
Nice Catch, guys. You must have had a great trip. That 37 pounder had weird stripes. - Woo
6/24/07 - Mike Groves with a nice striper taken from the surf at Nauset Beach in Orleans, MA.
Once again he outfished the old Man, Woo
Hey, Mike I hope it was released !!!!
Damit all, Michael. This picture is no example of Catch and Release and release which I am alway pushing. With that belly you don't need any more to eat. I expect you to release the rest of the bass you catch this year. I guess I can excuse your keeping the fish since you wanted to impress the girls. You can note my fish below was release. 6/07
To Left - Capt. Peter Root with big Mama snook that inhaled a 2 lb. jack at the Naples, FL pier. Nice catch Pete! In www.floridasportsman.com 7/9/07