Catching the big one

Ten-year-old Jack Roseberry of Ramona holds the 50-pound blue fin tuna he caught on a recent sportfishing trip in Mexico. Jack claimed fame as being the youngest on the boat and the one to hook the biggest fish. It took him about an hour to reel in the tuna with the help of a boat hand. He used a rod that his grandmother, Ingrid Hoeniger, purchased at Ramona Food & Clothes Closet. Photo/Adin Roseberry

Adin Roseberry, 14, of Ramona, displays  the biggest of six fish he caught — an approximately 40-pound blue fin tuna. Adin and his brother, Jack, went on the two-day sportfishing trip in Mexico with their grandfather, Louis Hoeniger. Photo/Louis Hoeniger

Jack Roseberry gets help reeling in a 50-pound blue fin tuna from Jason, the boat hand.  Photo/Adin Roseberry

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1 Comment for “Catching the big one”

  1. Coach Mattson

    Nice job jack!!!!!

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