• Zach Miller presenting Captain Richie Nessel a custom Barrett Rod for the first place win.



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  • Zach Miller demonstrates how to use a "tail snare" to help hold the shark while the transmitter is placed on dorsal fin.



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  • Zach Miller and Brooks Paxton observe Chief of NOAA Fisheries Apex Predator Program, Nancy Kohler demonstrate how and where to insert the tagging device.



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  • The event planners, competitors, and crew of the 2014 Sharks Eye All Release Tournament and Festival



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  • The tagging program displaying locations of various sharks with transmitters



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  • Sean Paxton, Festival Director Lauren Mastandrea, Brooks Paxton



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  • Second Place Winners "Free Nicky" 11 Sharks tagged and released. (L-R) Joe, Jim, Nick, Sean Paxton and Carl Darenberg



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  • Sean Paxton describing the gear used in the catch, tag and release process. Circle Hooks, Transmitter and Hook remover.



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  • Sean Paxton, Brooks Paxton, Zach Miller, Wendy Benchley, "Nasty Ness" Crewmember Dan with Jacob Nessel and Captain Richie Nessel



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  • Sean Paxton gets assistance from an audience member on how to use a "tail snare" in the tag and release process.



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  • Sean Paxton teaching Roman Wugalter and Kai Koenig about satellite transmitters used in tracking the sharks.



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  • "Reel Intensity" at the dock-Montauk Marine Basin with Anderson Hollenbach, Wendy Benchley and Captain Briggs Enck



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  • Sean Paxton, William Kennelly display winning raffle item, a book illustrated by Guy Harvey also pictured (R) Brooks Paxton.



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  • Owner of Montauk Marine Basin, Carl Darenberg having fun at the festival.



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  • Chief of NOAA Fisheries Apex Predators Program, Nancy Kohler and Brooks Paxton display the routes of previous tagged sharks.



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  • 3rd Place Winners "Last Mango" owned by Musician Jimmy Buffett. (L-R) Brooks Paxton, Carl Darenberg, Michael Zislin, Ella LaSorsa and Captain Vinnie LaSorsa



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  • Brooks Paxton, Sean Paxton and Festival Director, Lauren Mastandrea



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  • Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Representative, Greg Jacoski gives Roman Wugalter a copy of one of the shark documentary's played. Also pictured, right, from GHOF, David



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  • Food vendors getting ready for festival



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  • Festival Director, Lauren Mastandrea



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  • Chief of NOAA Fisheries Apex Predators Program, Nancy Kohler.



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  • Montauk Marine Basin



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  • Captain Briggs (Center) of "Reel Intensity" with Anderson Hollenbach, Brooks Paxton and the crew from the "Last Mango" (far right)



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  • Brooks Paxton, Zach Miller, Sean Paxton and Dr. Nancy Kohler answer questions from the audience.



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  • Brooks Paxton and Montauk Marine Basin Owner, Carl Darenberg taking a moment to thank all the participants.



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  • Brooks Paxton and Chief Of NOAA Fisheries Apex Predators Program, Nancy Kohler explains the use of tags.



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  • Sean and Brooks Paxton AKA "The Shark Brothers" demonstrate how and where the tracking device is placed.



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  • Second Place Winners "Free Nicky" with Sean Paxton



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  • Owner of Montauk Marine Basin, Carl Darenberg congratulating Jacob Nessel of "Nasty Ness" won first place for the second year in a row.



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