First Fish or Any Tuna Pictures

harpoon83

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Post up your pictures of your fish, this was the first one i was part of landing. A few seasons later I finally hit one myself via harpoon, can't find that picture right now.

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offshore31

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nice pic. unfortunately i don't have any pics of my first. only pic i can find is of my 2nd to last before we quit for awhile. think this was '98, dressed 400sh. rod/reel fish off ios. couldn't sell it, 40 fish hit the docks day before and of course we got the marathon runner (skinny/lean). also, lousy pic. i'm much better looking and thinner now :)

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CEShawn

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This is my first one that I sold as Captain...

The second picture is one I really like, first season with the new boat and first time I earned a living from fishing.

I remember first paycheck I got I went and bought a new laptop at the Gateway store in Hyannis.

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CCtuna

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First bluefin, me and my brother a while ago on stellwagen. Man we looked like googans. Caught a couple that day.

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CEShawn

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Bulman, I hope that is a chainfall from Harbor freight! LOL I thought I was the only one to have a chain fall onboard like that...
 

Bulman711

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Bulman, I hope that is a chainfall from Harbor freight! LOL I thought I was the only one to have a chain fall onboard like that...
Haha yeah just somthing that my father had laying around his shop... It was slow going lifting that fish... not very comfortable when its 5-6 footers, awful tipsy, so that is now the back up to a regular block and tackle... but does the job.
 

CEShawn

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I just keep one sealed up in a big ZIPLOCK just incase I have a problem and I am by myself... Never know when you need a lift...
 
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