Hello Capt. Bruce, I just made up a batch of what I have named "Chatham Chowder." I used a small piece of the very large striper and a little of the fluke and sand dabs to make a hot chowder to warm us up on a cold snowy day. We're only about half finished with the fish we came home with. We actually had to buy another cooler on the way home to bring back the fillets. We planned on our two stripers, but not the fluke, dabs, and small tuna.(They were a bit gamey for our taste, as you suggested.) My friend John and I were wondering if you got your mounting fish. We still can't believe the fine specimens we were catching were too big for your standards of a typical size fish you catch. You pretty much destroyed the theory that there is no such thing as an honest fisherman. I would have mounted up the biggest, fattest one of the bunch to use for advertising. My wife and I just sent the check for our Cape vacation next September. I'll be in touch to book a charter soon. I hope the bluefin were good to you this fall. Thanks again, Ed Miles.