Fred Cardet
Hey Daryl.

     Again I want to thank you for building me such a great gun.The fish weighed 150lbs,I got a lucky shot from almost 20 feet away.We were diving at an oil rig just north of the Midnight Lump.I was swimming on the surface, looked down and saw two tunas swimming right under me only about 25 feet down.I kicked down as fast as I could and pulled the trigger.He went straight down and I swam up to my float(only one float because I thouht we were after wahoo).It took about 45mins to get it to the boat.I never realized how big it was until I started pulling him up.
     I've been spearing fish for almost 40 years but this is my first bluewater fish and I am hooked.I'll see you at the Expo and I'll be looking for a bluewater gun.
     Thank's for your help,
     Fred


Hey Daryl,

We had a great trip to Mexico.I landed my second tuna and biggest snapper with my "Deadly"magnum hybrid.

Thanks,

Fred


Hey Daryl,

Another big fish falls to my "Deadly" MG Special.My son Willie shot his first wahoo in Louisiana near where I got my first tuna a few years ago.We were chumming and using a flasher and when Willie went down there were several large wahoo milling around the flasher.He was looking to his right at a fish that was too far and when he turned back to his left the big fish was six feet away.He made a good shot and the chase was on.The fish weighed 97.4lbs on the scale at Venice Marina.I have never seen Willie with a bigger grin.

Hope you are doing well.

Fred Cardet




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