The T-Shirts are in, and look awesome. The pics don’t do them justice and they are probably the best shirts we’ve had in the 5 year history of the tourney. We couldn’t decide on the slogan, so we did both – Sean got his phrase on the back and he put mine on the sleeve – it actually looks great (you can see more pics on the T-Shirt page). Sean also made sure to mention that each shirt is actually unique, since the blue/green on the fish on the back is a little bit different on each shirt. Since these are one of a kind, the shirts will be $150 a shirt this year. Actually, they’re $15, same as last year. Nice job to Sean for getting this done, even if the blog he said he was working on two weeks ago has yet to be sent over. I can write stuff like this here about him because I know he’ll never see it. Sean, you’re moms a . . . oh wait. For anyone who wants a shirt, just send us a note with sizes, etc. or just track down Sean at the Hot Stove one of these nights. We’ll also be dropping some off at Sunrise Bait & Tackle (official weigh station) so you can grab them there as well. For the blog, I understand some people are having trouble having their comments show up on the blog when you reply to an entry. I’m trying to work on this but it works for me, and for other people who I’ve watched to do this, but I’m looking into it and sent the web company that hosts our site a note. I’ll let you know and will get this resolved asap – sorry about the confusion here. In the meantime, we want to encourage as much chatter/trash talk as we can, so please email us the comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just send the note, and who you want it to be from, and I can put that in there no problem – will promise to do it same day. Shoot over any questions as well. On the fishing front, there was some good debate on the impact of a full moon and the potential of the cooking oil used for the coconut crusted shrimp to run a diesel engine at Sean’s bbq on Saturday, and a few reports of the fishing heating up. The word on the street is that the fish are here in force and the rips are starting to go off, so hopefully this year we can top the record tourney winning 30 lber from last year. It took me about 3500 casts, but I got a 14 inch schoolie off the shore of Plymouth with a 15 inch Yo-Zuri minnow so I can confirm the hot fishing.