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What a day of fishing!On Day 4 there were periods of hot bites up and down the reef and once again, there were a number of big fish amongst the mix. Capt. Trent on the original Iona kicked it all off with a grander black marlin (1050lb) less than an hour after start fishing at Number 7 Ribbon Reef. That was shortly followed by another (1000lb) for Jim Wild on Viking at Linden Bank.Bill Collector tagged their first and second black marlin of the tournament on Day 4, the second going 950lbs to angler Dave Warner. And Kaizen also made it on the scoreboard with two fish up the top including one at 930lb (as per Bob). Kalira made it onto the board as well. KEKOA released another big girl, this 800lb-er (below right) at Number 5 and there were a few big fish dropped as well. Calypso on a big fish they unfortunately broke of on the leader & KEKOA with John’s 800lb-er. As of cease fishing there were 23 tags for the day and three boats still hooked up including Hart Throb who unfortunately lost their battle with one well over the mark last night. They still finished on top with three fish for Day 4 to bring their total to 5 for the tournament.On the leaderboard, Joe Joe has taken over the number 1 spot adding another 2 fish on Day 4 to bring their total to 7 tags. Spartacus follows hot on their heels also adding another two to bring them also to 7 on countback. There are a couple of boats on six being Castille III and Hattitude.