If you own a boat and pursue bluefin tuna, then you know how challenging it can be to keep your boat, tackle and equipment in top-notch condition.
For example, I completely missed last year's Cape Cod tuna fishing season because I was rebuilding my 23 foot SeaCraft center console.
However I am pumped to report that I am now back in business! It has been a long road but the "Sue-Sea-Q" is finally back on the water killing tuna.
The following video highlights my first tuna of 2017, caught last week off Cape Cod, while fishing with my good friend Todd Baranowski.
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Like Ryan Collins I grew up near the beach (150 yards from where Ryan grew up!) and I caught the fishing bug at an early stage in life. Today I fish primarily for tuna from my 23ft boat, however I enjoy striper fishing and surfcasting too. Anytime on the water is time well spent!