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WAR HEROES ON WATER HONORS VETERANS

“So, what’s the catch?” asked Army veteran Courtney Stecker, when his friend and fellow veteran Drew Hoffman invited him to attend a charitable fishing event in California. Like Stecker, most who receive invitations speculate about what they have to do in return for a “free” four-day fishing tournament.

What is the catch? Well, probably bluefin tuna. Or maybe even a swordfish if you’re lucky,

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