In the seesaw battle for the game fish standings, the top tuna awards went to Dan St. Germain on Rising Sons ($49,125) for a 161.6-pound yellowfin, followed by Benny Whitehead on Gearjammer ($28,250) at 153.8 pounds and Mike Castle on Ms. Castle ($17,150) with a 152.4-pound fish. Lee Michael Norris, competing aboard Reel Fuelish ($18,975), landed the biggest dolphin for the week at 39.6 pounds. Dan Hauser on Conundrum ($60,335) was two pounds shy at 37.2, good for second, followed by Long on Mollie. Stephen Chapman, on board A Work of Art, outlasted the largest wahoo, a 63.6-pound speedster, while teammate Wes Mincin added a 133.3-pound yellowfin to earn an overall payout of $89,400. Jennifer Attaway on Controlled Chaos ($14,075), captured the second-largest wahoo at 54.2 pounds, with Carrie Gerber on Cut N Run ($5,000) earning third place with a 47.7-pound fish.