Out of a field of 87 boats entered, the crew aboard the Only Way cleaned up big in the Cobia World Championships at Harbor Docks.



The Only Way took first place overall with a 93.2-pounder caught by Chris Raim. The boat, captained by Curt Gwin, also took second in the Junior World Championships with a 59.5-pounder pulled in by Jake Keiper, and they placed first in the Fat Four with a total weight of 305.5-pounds of cobia. Their poundage of cobia reeled in $16,057.50.



The tournament awarded $66,000 paid out to 14 different boats at the awards party last weekend at Harbor Docks.



Here is a list of the final results from the Cobia World Championships.



 



Overall



1 - Only Way, Chris Raim, 93.2.



2 - Sweet Caroline, Greg Oswalt, 83.3



3 - Sure Lure, Bryan Burch, 83.1



 



Womens



1 - Sure Lure, Pam Dana, 76.3



2 - The Defense Rests, 73.3



3 - Fish Tales, Cathi Wagner, 66.8



 



28-feet and Under



1 - Miss Aubie, Annette Taunton, 73.2



2 - Jacked Up, Cody Garland, 71.4



3 - Upper Hand, Kimbo Wallace, 70.15



 



Juniors



1 - Big Forks, Philip Gwynn III, 66.7



2 - Only Way, Jake Keiper, 59.5



3 - Coastline Tree, Alex Jorgensen, 59.4



 



Most Cobia 50 Pounds and Over



Full Pull - 22 fish



 



Fat Four



1 - Only Way, 305.5



2 - Full Pull, 284.8



3 - Up To It, 282



 



Top Money Boats



Full Pull - $16,374



Only Way - $16,057.50



Sweet Caroline - $9,235.50



Sure Lure - $6,169.50



The Defense Rests - $5,490



Up To It - $5,346



Miss Aubie - $2,262.50



Papi - $1,980



 



The Cobia World Championships and the Crab Cruncher Classic combined raised more than $20,000 for Take-A-Kid Fishing Day to be held in November.