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Sailfishing in honor of a legend

Updated: December 12, 2008, 11:55 PM ET
By Steve Wright | ESPNOutdoors.com

ISLAMORADA, Fla. — When legendary captain Don Gurgiolo died in 1999, his funeral procession included over 60 boats that ventured to an area known as "the Spaghetti Patch" where Gurgiolo's ashes were scattered. Gurgiolo had found and named this now famous bait-holding area.

In 50 years of guiding, Gurgiolo built a reputation for developing innovative fishing techniques, especially for sailfish, and mentoring young anglers.

It was only natural that Gurgiolo's daughter, Tammie, would ...

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