After a month of fishing, the Cobia World Championships at Harbor Docks wrapped up with Ian Porter aboard the Instigator landing the largest cobia, a 79 pounder.
For their efforts the Instigator took home $11,825 in prize money.
Hauling in the second largest cobia, a 75.7 pounder, was Garry Howard aboard the Surreel. They reeled in $7,481.67 for their catch.
Third place overall was Mike Vance aboard the Full Pull with a 70.4 pounder. Although the crew aboard the Full Pull came in third, they were the top money winner with $17,930 in prize money.
In the Clark Communication 29-foot and Under World Championships, Nicky Harvell aboard The Fish Whistle took first and second with a 69.5 pounder and a 55.4 pounder.
Matt Johnson on the Dawn Patrol came in third with a 54.8 pounder.
In the Gulf Coast Yacht Group Ladies World Championships, Katie Schmidt fishing on the Lucky Dog took first with a 60.6-pound cobia.
Whitney Brooks fishing aboard the Patsy B took second and third with a 58.6 pounder and 55.8-pounder.
Luke Bilger took first in the Donut Hole Junior World Championships with a 45.1-pound cobia caught on the Sweet Caroline.
Capt. Kevin Moak and his crew on the Papi took first place in the City Produce Tag and Release World Championships with 11 cobia tagged.