Ocean City, MD, is home to some serious marlin tournaments, boasting an offshore fleet of some of the best billfish captains on the East Coast. For those unaware, flying a gamefish flag upside down when returning to port means you've caught and released the species on the flag. Now that you're caught up, you'll understand why George Lamplugh, an employee at an Ocean City marina, is facing blowback for designing and selling a shirt with an upside down white marlin flag and the slogan "White Lives Matter" during the recent White Marlin Open tournament, which happens to be a kill tourney. According to Lamplugh in this story from WFMYNEWS2, the shirts are aimed at helping promote safe catch and release of white marlin, and are also a response to a shirt from another company, Swagger Fishing, that read "Kill Whitey." I don't, however, believe I need to explain why the controversy surrounding Lamplugh's shirt is stirring the pot far outside of the fishing community.