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May 2003
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Here's the Gary Matthews (3rd from right) crew with a fine catch of big rockfish they caught on the last day of May.

Big fish of the day...

Here we have Buddy Duvall (right) and one of his crew from May 28, shown with a fine pair of stripers.

Here's Phil Million with a beautiful 40 inch striper he caught as part of the Dick Smith crew of May 28.

Here's Harry Coulombe along with one of Keith Kaufman's boys with some fine croakers.

More fine croakers...

 

Here's Joseph Fox, National President of the Paralyzed Veterans of America (front) and Rick Glotfelty with a couple fine stripers they caught May 25.

Here's the Eric Dew (far right) crew from May 24, shown with a fine catch of big rockfish to 40 inches.

Big fish of the day...

 

 

Here's the Hazen Wilson (far right) crew with a great catch of stripers they caught on May 20.

Here's Hazen who took top fish honors for the day with a 40 inch beauty.

Here's the Rich Dunn (3rd from left) crew with a fine catch of trophy rockfish.

Big fish of the day...

May 17, 2003:  Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Fox after exchanging vows aboard the Worm in St. Michaels.  For more photos of the happy occasion, click here.

Here's the Bob Nash (right, 2nd row) crew from May 14, shown with their limits of big stripers to over 40 inches.

Here's one of the Nash crew with a 40 1/2 inch beauty.

Although the calendar shows Mother's Day, Louie Hugg (4th from left) put together a large crew for a morning of fish catching.

 

 

 

 

What a way to celebrate that special day for mom -- take her fishing!

Here's a crew from a local sportsman's clup, led by Wayne Towson, shown with their limits of big stripers.

And here's a crew from Coakley/Williams Construction, led by Curtis Stonestreet (far right) with a fine catch of large stripers.

Here's Bill with a 41 inch trophy striper, largest of the day.

Here's the Steve Kerns (far right) crew from May 8, shown with their limits of big rockfish to over 40 inches.  From left to right, that's Greg, Andrew, Dave, and Steve.

Here's Andrew with a 41 1/2 inch trophy rockfish.

Once in a great while we get to catch a fish or two on an off-day.  Here's first mate Bob with a nice 40 inch rockfish.

Here's Billy with a fine pair of large rockfish caught May 8.

And here's a crew from New Penn Motor Express led by Brian Allen and Paul Giaquinta with their limits of rockfish from May 6.

Here's Paul on the left with a 41 1/2 " striper, largest of the day.

Here's part of the Duke Brown crew who fished with us during the first two days of the Rod 'n' Reel ProAm Tournament.

And Andre with our largest fish of the tournament, a 46 1/2 inch 38 lb. beauty.

Here's the Don West (far right) crew from May 1 with their limits of large rockfish.

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