The fish — and the expletives — are flying. The 200-pound blue marlin vaults 4 feet into the air, performing what a gymnast might call a handspring front salto with a half-twist, before crashing back into the water only to leap again, its bill pointing east, then north, then east again as it tries to throw the circle hook. Spindrift, a twin-screw 38-foot Stolper, backs down; water floods the transom. The mate collects leader with a backhand wrap. Chaos. Release. Fist bumps. More expletives.