The Derby fleet registered a total of 63 sails on the final day. Team 'Miss Annie', with anglers Mark Donohue, Tom Smith, Frank Napurano and Barry Weshnak, claimed top daily boat honors with 6 releases and won the Top Overall Team award with a total of 14 releases. Absolut Joy _angler Susan McCart of Sarasota was the top daily angler with 4 releases on day three. McCart also earned the Top Lady Angler award, presented in memory of Rose Hampp, for posting 6 sailfish releases overall. The Miami based Team _'Jichi', led by Captain Gene Lebron, finished second overall with 13 releases. Team 'Doing It All', finished third overall with 12 releases and also claimed the Top Small Boat award. Team 'Wrenegade' from Palm Beach, led by Captain Jim Garner, finished fourth overall on time with 11 sailfish releases. The prestigious Mrs. Henry R. Rea trophy for the top individual angler, the oldest trophy in competitive sailfishing, went to 'Miss Annie' angler Mark Donohue of West Palm Beach with 8 individual sailfish releases on time. Angler Rob Lane of Boonton Township, New Jersey placed second overall individually with 8 releases. Ricky Caraqueta on 'Jichi' placed third overall and John Duval fishing aboard the 'ProPayroll' was the fourth place angler overall. Team 'Miss Britt' anglers Carl Lindner and Daniel Griffin, led by Captain Ray Rosher of Miami, took home the Top Tag Team award for tagging a total of 8 sailfish with Billfish Foundation tags. Captain Randy Yates of the 'Miss Annie' earned the Top Captain trophy.