The tuna category has several lead changes Thursday in the Mid-Atlantic $500,000 fishing tournament in the waters off Cape May and Ocean City, Md.

At day's end, Adam LaRosa's Canyon Runner was the leader with a 243-pound big eye caught by angler Jackson Hsieh of New York. Michael Yocco's MJ's was in second place with a 213-pound big eye. Jim Jensen's Plane Simple was third with a 203-pound big eye.

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Today is the fifth and final day of the tournament, and 88 boats are eligible to fish.

Sean O'Donell's Got Game from Cape May leads the blue marlin division with a 441-pounder. Second is Carmine Falcone's Cookie II from Staten Island, N.Y., with a 437 pounder.

William Haugland of Key Largo, Fla., leads the white marlin division with an 84-pounder aboard Lights Out. Mike Murray of Toms River is second with a 73-pounder aboard Caitlin Taylor.

Third is Dave Anderson of Medford with a 71-pounder aboard Krazy Salts.

Gina Addeo of Staten Island, N.Y., leads the wahoo division with a 77-pounder aboard the Gina Lisa. Nick Traina of Staten Island leads the dolphin division with a 38-pounder aboard A1A.

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