May 26, 2008

Marlin

On a field work, we went to take photographs of the boat along the beach side of Garapan for inspection. I've noticed a group of men nearby and wondering what they're up to. With curiosity, I went ahead and inquisitively look the situation and found this, a 250+ pound Marlins they were trying to unload from the boat.

It took three men to unload this behemoth and indeed it was a trophy catch. A Japanese tourist and a staff from Ben Ki Watersport caught this Marlin just outside the reef and took hours of fight before this giant fish gave up as I was told.

We posed for a souvenir shots along with other tourist, as you can see.

In my mind, this is gonna be at lot of "sinigang na marlin".























6 comments:

Islander said...

that was HUGE...
and yummy... hehe

Para i familiaku said...

Thanks for posting up photos of my mom/dad's company. My brother and husband always catch marlins atleast once every three months or so!!! Talk about happy customers!!

Mandaragat said...

indeed it was huge islander...it could feed one barangay!!

Mandaragat said...

With Ben Ki, their trip to Saipan was worth a hundred pounds of happiness and proud, chelu!

It's in the pix, no doubt about it!

caryn said...

homaygath! that is one big fish! i agree that it could feed an entire baranggay!

Kiericks Castro said...

yes caryn! buong barangay. Transit kami ng Nagoya by June 07 and July 05