Josh Barnes, 35, of Archer Lodge shows daughter Adair, almost 5, the tail and bill from the 419.1-pound blue marlin he reeled in aboard Sushi on June 12 during the June 8-13 Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament off Morehead City.
Josh Barnes, 35, of Archer Lodge shows daughter Adair, almost 5, the tail and bill from the 419.1-pound blue marlin he reeled in aboard Sushi on June 12 during the June 8-13 Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament off Morehead City. PHOTO COURTESY OF BLAIR BARNES
Josh Barnes, 35, of Archer Lodge shows daughter Adair, almost 5, the tail and bill from the 419.1-pound blue marlin he reeled in aboard Sushi on June 12 during the June 8-13 Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament off Morehead City. PHOTO COURTESY OF BLAIR BARNES

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