|Big Eye Tuna||Pepper||Steve Mattews||230.00|
|Blackfish||Cast Bronze||George Lewis||7.90|
|Blue Marlin||Low Bid||George Harms||1 Release|
|Bluefin Tuna||Sempre Duro||Chris Stavola||196.00|
|Bluefish||Sea Bum||Jack Novak||22.85|
|Dolphin / Mahi||Paddywhack||Gerry Boyle||19.50|
|Longfin Albacore||Chimera||JP Dalik||63.75|
|Mako Shark||Matador||Joe Vezzosi||189.00|
|Sailfish||Adam's Folly||Blythe Sanford||2 Releases|
|Sea Bass||Bear||Donavin Larr||6.75|
|Striped Bass||Corkscrew||Mark Cardunner||52.00|
|Tile Fish||Chimera||JP Dalik||36.70|
|Wahoo||Linda B||Al Bessemer||71.92|
|Yellowfin Tuna||Sempre Duro||Chris Stavola||102.00|
|White Marlin||Low Bid||George Harms||4 Releases|
Dear Fellow Anglers:
Thank you once again for fishing last year’s tournament presented by Ray Catena and hosted by Crystal Point. It was our most successful year and I wanted to let you know the proceeds from the tournament were distributed to the Catch-a-Dream Foundation to send terminally ill children on a hunting/fishing adventure, to Rutgers Marine Lab where they received new state of the art sonar/fishfinders/ go pro cameras (you need to see their torpedo/drone with the camera videos), to RFA, RFA-NJ, Re-Clam the Bay, Menhaden Defenders, other fisheries issue funds and the George Burlew Scholarship Fund. The fund provides scholarships for Marine Biology graduate students. We met a few while at Rutgers and their knowledge of habitat, spawning, and the progress of our fisheries is unbelievable.
Again, on behalf of the tournament committee, the recipients of the proceeds thank you.
The MRMTC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit entity.
We look forward to seeing you at this years 34th Offshore Open tournament August 22nd through the 31st with an estimated $150K in cash awards.
A history lesson in pictures, Mike’s Maritime Memorabilia a tremendous collection of over 1,400 vintage photos of NJ and NY Party Boats, Marinas, Fishing Piers, Lighthouses, and Maritime Memorabilia. The collection spans over one hundred forty-five years of saltwater fishing in the New York Bight. It is a notable tribute to our fishing heritage.
Check it out here.