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2013 Cantina Cup Fishing Tournament final results


Overall winners:

1. Telamon.
2. Reel Mistress.
3. Predator.

The D&D Award went to Cole Williamson.


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There were about 13 boats releasing something like 80 billfish. Each boat probably shook off 25-50+ dorado. I'm not sure what dorado weighed, but it is tough to find one over 10#. They seem bigger farther away from the Reef and most of the boats focused on that area. The water is cooling below 80 with a little tint from the wind, but maybe it will bring in some bigger fish. They are mainly at least eating size now with a few more bulls. I think a few small tuna were caught o the Reef and a couple wahoo came in but not caught. Some 200-250# marlin have been caught, but I haven't heard of bigger. The Stripers were mainly 90-120# last week, but are bigger now. Still a good number of sails, but about 50% are marlin it seems. Some yellowtail and bonita were caught at the Island and sierras on the seamounts. All the inshore action shoud be taking place. The small roosters should be showing. Tons of sealife out there.

We had six marlin the first day, four sails and one marlin the next for 11. Reel Mistress was making a strong comeback on the sails on day two north of the Island for 10. Predator kept hooking big marlin on their comeback for 9 I believe.

Looking forward to using our invitation to the World Offshore from the Cantina Cup and get that 'Olympic medal' in fishing next April. I'll take a couple million for a big one in the Bisbee next week. Not sure of our boat or team name yet, but will get the live news feed link up for anyone intersted.

Tight Lines,

Bryan

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Had the winner I believe 70' from the boat before the hook pulled. Back to being poor. At least I have a wahoo fillet to eat. Showed them how to raise striped marlin on a long ballyhoo though. 3 tuna, one 45# wahoo, 18 10-25# dorado, two sails, and seven striped marlin. Watched the 776# fish raised to beat the previous day's winner of 525#. Not sure, but my fish never ran, never felt a head or tail shake, swam out 150 yards and then slowly surfed right up to the back of the boat.
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