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Cat Cay Tuna Tournament 2015

The Cat Cay Tuna Tournament originated in 1939 and has seen many legendary anglers compete for its prestigious title — and now it's back, thanks to the efforts of the folks at Costa Sunglasses.

June 25, 2015
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The classic 43 Merritt Jackpot cruises tuna alley off Cat Cay in the Bahamas
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The famous Gun Cay lighthouse marks the entrance channel to both Cay Cay and the Great Bahama Bank.
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Two beautiful Merritt boats sit in the Cat Cay marina; the 65-foot Coemotion, and the 72-foot Captivator.
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This 39-foot SeaVee has an unusually tall tower, made just for tuna fishing.
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Capt. Ray Rosher searching tuna alley for a fish aboard Miss Britt.
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Capt. John Sabonis, a longtime Cat Cay veteran, searched for a fish from the tower of the 43 Merritt Patients.
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Heading out in the morning through Gun Cay channel.
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Trolling for giant bluefin consists of having a single 130-pound-class rod rigged with a mackerel or swimming mullet.
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The Cat Cay logo is recognizable world wide.
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The 43 Merritt Patients in Cat Cay marina.
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