Brother Firefighter Bob Franck, a retired Captain from Redondo Beach Fire Department in Southern California along with his wife Mary and son Alex were visiting from Huntington Beach, CA and spent the day with us aboard Fire Hatt. Bob and Mary are longtime friends and we were thrilled to have them come for a visit. Alex Franck was treated to a day of family fishing in the silky blue waters of Kona Hawaii. After a long day of hitting all the spots where we had gotten fish in the prior days leading up to their trip, we were already late in the afternoon without a bite. I think Brett and Linda changed lures a dozen times hoping to put something out there that looked appetizing. Then Finally! We have our first bite. We are Hooded Up! Alex is in the fighting chair and has his largest Yellowfin Tuna to the boat in an impressive 10 minutes using Ken Matsuura 50 pound tackle. Nice Work! Brett placed a perfect gaff shot and the fish is on board. The Tuna weighed in at a solid 100 pounds! Sometimes when you want a fish sooo bad for someone…it just dosen’t happen. Im glad Alex and his family have a story to take home with them. Alex now lives in North Dakota, a Hawaii adventure is just what he needed. Nice going Alex.