Captin Doc Kittrel and mate Stephan Kittrel

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Father & son duo have been running Wasabi like the battle wagon it was built to be. The private boat recently under went a motor swap, and now cruises at 30knots, along with a laundry list of other updates the boat has received. Wasabi is the last framed hull from Jarrett Bay, along with being one of the winningest Carolina hulls in tournament history. This father son duo plans to continue adding to Wasabi’s accolades for years to come.


About this Wasabi (old Salty Fare) – I have been on a few boats as a mate & as a Capt over the past 30 years. I can’t tell you how incredible this boat is & I’ve been on em all. I can honestly say this is is the baddest boat I’ve ever run. From Hatteras, Jim smith. Nickerson, Donzi, Whitaker, ocean, Paul Mann, Scarborough & all the Carolina boats I’ve ran. This thing is a lady & a beast all at the same time. On a rough day, I watch em fade in the distance & my curtains are still open! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: tell everyone there I said thank you & God Bless them for building such a boat. I’m doing my damnedest to bring her back to a 2 million $ boat & I ain’t got far to go. :grin: granite counter tops, new rounded covering boards, new leather couches, ripping out the walls downstairs & opening her up. The right side will be open to tournament tackle & storage. :blush: we’ll be fishing John’s first ever tournament next year & trust me, when we pull in, people will stop & take pics. :blush:
Thanks again.
Capt. Rich Samuel

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