The Deep Sea Round-Up is an annual fishing tournament held in Port Aransas and benefits scholarships for students and community youth activities. It is the 83rd annual
Of course, you need a T-shirt.
And a goofy picture.
The main stage with all the sponsors listed.
The neighborhood pirate ship.
Here is the leaderboard where the leading catches are recorded.
For Dan Antion, a crane used to replace floating docks.
When you come in from fishing, volunteers greet your boat.
They take your fish.
And weigh them. (This is a catfish)
And a trout.
Then your fish is put on the measuring board.
Where it is straightened out and measured.
Then the girth is measured with a tape.
Some kingfish being weighed.
A red snapper being weighed.
Then your fish are brought back to you.