b"Time' was determined to better his previous yearTeamstanding. That determination paid off. Long days Yellowfinturned into nights that summer. Their biggest fish of the series was caught late on the July moon, weighing in at 37.8 lbs. in buzzer beater fashion just before the tournament scale closed at 9pm. While the majority of fish have been caught in the morning throughout the tourna-ments history, you never know what will come about simply spending time on the water pulling baits. A combination of patience and persistence will get you a long way in the world of wahoo fish-ing.Team 'Killing Time', fishing out of Boynton Beach, earned the 2019 Series Champions title catching a fish each moon, for an aggregate of 92.4 lbs.Jeff and his team aren't the only ones to postTeam Killing Timefish each moon of a single series. Guy 'The Wa- photos courtesy of Leonard Bryant Photographyhoo Slayer' Bartels, Mark Prazak, Kyle Munson and Mike DeLuca of team 'Yellowfin' also managed to achieve full moon perfection, catch-ing a fish every leg of the 2018 series. With Guy leadering, Mark filming the fight and Mike on the gaff, they brought a respectable 44.2 lb. wahoo aboard their 32 SeaVee that August. This final fish would earn them Series Champions honors in 2018, finishing with a 94.6 pound total, the Aggregate Total Record of the Full Moon Wahoo Series. This ap-pears to be a record that will stand for some time, but when it comes to wahoo, it takes just one big fish to really shake up the fleet. Perhaps Guy's good Wahoo Series karma comes from his long time support of the WPBFC. He continues to be a sponsor of other club events, like the KDW Classic and Fins & Fairways, and oversees improvement projects on the historic clubhouse. Thats summertime wahoo fishing at its finest. The low entry fee and convenience of this series has made for some really fun fishing. A special thank you goes out to our presenting sponsor, C & L Insurance and club board member Chris Militello, for continuing to support this tourna-ment series that positively impacts theWPBFCinsomanyways. Whether you fish just one of the legs or the whole series, if you enjoy catching wahoo and plan to be on the water around the full moon, this is a tournament you wont want to miss! T ighTL inesB uLLeTin- s pring2020 31"