Photo Gallery: 2016 Sailfish Shootout in the Grove

The inaugural tournament attracts some of the best teams in South Florida

April 8, 2016
Crescendo south florida
Crescendo rips past the camera as they head in. Endless Imagery /
high horsepower center consoles
High-horsepower center consoles are becoming increasingly popular with the tournament sailfish crowd thanks to their speed and versatility. Endless Imagery /
Tournament director Capt. Skip Smith with Crook & Crook's KC Crook.
Tournament director Capt. Skip Smith with Crook & Crook’s KC Crook. Endless Imagery /
sailfish flags flying on center consoles south florida
The teams line up with release flags flying. Endless Imagery /
sailfish boats
The boats head in to turn in their scorecards. The bite was red-hot during the tournament. Endless Imagery /
Littlerascal Hatteras
The Littlerascal from Hatteras Yachts had a fun tournament. Endless Imagery /
sailfish release flag
Plenty of release flags like this one were flying during the two-day event. Endless Imagery /
tournament trophy
The tournament’s beautiful trophies. Endless Imagery /
Jichi flying release flags
Jichi hangs the laundry just outside the marina entrance. Endless Imagery /
Jichi winning boat
The Jichi team, fishing on Twisted, won the tournament with 25 sailfish releases. Endless Imagery /
Fish Tales
Fish Tales placed second with 24 sailfish releases in two days. Endless Imagery /
Fishless took home third place honors with 24 sailfish releases. Endless Imagery /
Weez in the Keys
Scott Robins, owner of Weez in the Keys, was the tournament’s Top Angler. Endless Imagery /
Sandman Sandra Macmullen
Sandra MacMullen’s Sandman had a good tournament. Endless Imagery /
A thumbs up from the Sandman team. Endless Imagery /
Sailfish Shootout logo
The logo for the 2016 Shootout Sailfish Shootout

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