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Old 02-11-2018, 07:10 PM
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Looks a whole lot like a 41 Gillikin I almost bought. Easily one of the best looking express boats out there. Had I not found the Ricky I would have taken a chance on her.
Yea I know the salty squirrel. Very Nice express boat. I hate to say it but I think your gonna regret selling the Scarborough if you haven’t already!
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Yeah,....NO!

I think I would have stayed home and mowed the Mrs.
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Old 02-12-2018, 05:11 AM
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Yea I know the salty squirrel. Very Nice express boat. I hate to say it but I think your gonna regret selling the Scarborough if you haven’t already!
Oh I've been depressed since the day she left St. Augustine. Life is a SOB and sometimes it throws you curveballs that require sacrifices. Not gonna lie, looking forward to taking a vacation on boat ownership moving to a 36 CC... I'll have all sorts of time on my hands not having to care for teak, varnish, paint, fairing cracks, dozens of small systems, clamps, and hoses all waiting to ruin your day.

But yes... I'm heart broken every time I see or think of that boat. She will always be very special to me.
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Old 02-12-2018, 08:53 AM
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We were in a 37 Bahama in that one. Not too bad once you got out the inlet. Caught 21 sails over the 2 days. Alot of boats ran all the way past Stuart.
Tied up tight in the dock Great pictures Jag . I saw an I phone video the same day from the bridge of one of those boats. That was all for me. And yes we heard the good fish reports.
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Old 02-12-2018, 09:13 AM
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A little too sporty for the "sporties"
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Old 02-12-2018, 09:23 AM
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Is it true that the photographers couldnt get any pics of the Freemans that fished due to their speed through the inlet??
The small Freeman crowd stayed home. To rough for them :-)
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Old 02-12-2018, 11:04 AM
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Not sure if it was listed here but is there any contact info for the photographer?
Are these for sale any where?
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What were the wave heights in the inlet? Not THT estimates, but real wave heights? Looks too nasty for me!
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What were the wave heights in the inlet? Not THT estimates, but real wave heights? Looks too nasty for me!
Real wave height 8-10' with some 12s. THT wave height 14-16'
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Old 02-12-2018, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by MTS Sportfishing View Post
Not sure if it was listed here but is there any contact info for the photographer?
Are these for sale any where?
Definitely listed in first post. Leonard Bryant Photography. Met him once, good guy.
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Old 02-12-2018, 06:06 PM
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Definitely listed in first post. Leonard Bryant Photography. Met him once, good guy.
Got his name but no contact info. Googled him and nothing but his Getty images
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Too rough for me!
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Now that's stuffing a bow!!
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Got his name but no contact info. Googled him and nothing but his Getty images
He has a FB page and if that fails, contact the Bucaneer Tournament and they could track him down.
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So who won?
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So who won?
Viking 68 with 25 fish on deadbait.
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Oh I've been depressed since the day she left St. Augustine. Life is a SOB and sometimes it throws you curveballs that require sacrifices. Not gonna lie, looking forward to taking a vacation on boat ownership moving to a 36 CC... I'll have all sorts of time on my hands not having to care for teak, varnish, paint, fairing cracks, dozens of small systems, clamps, and hoses all waiting to ruin your day.

But yes... I'm heart broken every time I see or think of that boat. She will always be very special to me.
One of the prettiest 41s out there
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We were in a 37 Bahama in that one. Not too bad once you got out the inlet. Caught 21 sails over the 2 days. Alot of boats ran all the way past Stuart.
10.5 sails per day, that sounds like fun


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Too rough for me!

You can't catch them sitting at the dock.

That's Sailfish weather they bite when it's nasty blowing hard out of the NE. Remember it's Palm Beach out 2.5 miles and they are in 300 feet of water, a little over idle, putt out at 8 kts and your putting the lines in 10 minutes later. I've fished in that crap often it's not that bad to fish in once you are there especially being so close to home, it's not like it's a 3 hour ride home.

26 boats releasing 347 sails over 2 days ...

347 / 26 = 13.346 per boat / 2 days = 6.67 released per day

And now you all realize why these very wealthy guys want these giant Sport Fishing Yachts so they can fish all day long in this crap bail sails be totally comfortable all day get home an not feel like they got the shit kicked out of them.

Without hesitation I would go out for those numbers even in my 25 CC, I'd prefer a friends 60+ Tribute but I'd go in mine for those numbers.

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Originally Posted by captpepin View Post
10.5 sails per day, that sounds like fun





You can't catch them sitting at the dock.

That's Sailfish weather they bite when it's nasty blowing hard out of the NE. Remember it's Palm Beach out 2.5 miles and they are in 300 feet of water, a little over idle, putt out at 8 kts and your putting the lines in 10 minutes later. I've fished in that crap often it's not that bad to fish in once you are there especially being so close to home, it's not like it's a 3 hour ride home.

26 boats releasing 347 sails over 2 days ...

347 / 26 = 13.346 per boat / 2 days = 6.67 released per day

And now you all realize why these very wealthy guys want these giant Sport Fishing Yachts so they can fish all day long in this crap bail sails be totally comfortable all day get home an not feel like they got the shit kicked out of them.

Without hesitation I would go out for those numbers even in my 25 CC, I'd prefer a friends 60+ Tribute but I'd go in mine for those numbers.
Agree. Some of the above posts crack me up. I’ll fish in those conditions any time I have a crew up for it; meaning guys who won’t get seasick and love it. Once my cockpit was flooded the whole way out the inlet but once we got past the sea bouy it was more than fishable (and we did great).

I will say it was easier in my 34 express than it is in my current convertible though.
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