A friend in the oil business sent me this awesome video of a Marlin stuck in rig structure off the Texas Coast. Well, he said it was a marlin, but it looks to me to be a very nice size Broadbill. They go down in a submersible to check out a problem the broadbill has created upstairs. His bill is breaking off cable communications in the heart of the rig. The submersible has a mechanical arm and maneuvers to grab the stuck broadbill by the tail. They free it and it charges back into the rig and gets wedged in again. They finally free it on the second try. The diameter of the tail is huge. I would guess this slob to be in the 400+ range. It's hard for me to read the depth gauge in the video, but it appears to be very very deep. I can't figure how to put it up on the video section of this forum. It's either to large or the file extension is wrong. If there is someone that is a techie and might be able to change to extension of the file, PM me your email address and I'll send it to you. Maybe you could put it up. It's a freaking awesome video.