|La Cruz Nayarit annual Marlin and Tuna tournament
July 16 2011
Captain Steve Torres and captain Luis Ramos come out on top this year taking home 1st and 2nd place Marlin in this years 5th
Annual Marlin and Tuna tournament. It was a great tournament lots of Blue Marlin, Yellowfin tuna, Sailfish and Mahi mahi. 1st
place Marlin went to Captain Steve Torres and Captain Luis Ramos won 2nd place Marlin aboard the Read full Marlin and
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|Eastcape Bisbee Marlin Tournament Report with PV Sportfishing July/30/2011
Lots of fish just not to big, with over 60 boats competing this year there was only 1 marlin that qualified in all 3 days of the tournament, But
that’s fishing you never know when the big Marlin is going to bite.
Day 1 Great conditions blue flat seas but we were having trouble finding the bigger skippies we wanted for a big Marlin sure you can catch
big Marlin with smaller bait but you will have much better luck with bigger baits. Steve Torres hooked up a nice Blue Marlin around 1pm but
not quite a qualifier but still a nice fish so Freddy released her and that was about it for day 1. Day 2
We had much better luck in the morning caught 8 big skippies right off the bat read full Bissbee's tournament fishing report
Day 2 Captain Steve said we are going to the bank to troll some big live baits and catch a Marlin around 10 am thats exactly what
happened the black hit a live skip jack leaped in the air and the fight was on1 hour 10 minutes later the beast was on the boat
great fight great video of the Black Marlin leaping in the air the Black Marlin set a new record for San Blas Tournament 517 lbs!!
|1st Place Team Barra De Navidad Fishing Tournament January/24/ 2011
Captain Steve Torres takes 1st place team in Barra de Navidad tournament
Great week of fishing from start to finish. We prefished the day before the tournament checking out the fishing grounds it was perfect
conditions nice warm water 80-82 flat blue sea's our first bite of the day was a small striped Marlin probable about 60 lbs jmark reeled her in
quick and Freddy pulled the Marlin aboard for a quick photo and then released her to be caught later.
Day 1 of the tournament We headed out at 8 am, same great conditions clean warm water and alot of stripers about 40 miles offshore. We
had Read more
|1st place Marlin in Topolobampo Mexico May/30/2010
Captain Steve Torres and the crew do it again, taking home 3 cars at last weeks 19th annual Marlin tournament held in
Topolobampo Sinaloa Mexico, catching the largest Marlin since record 415 lbs! The blue beast was caught with the first 50 wt
Tiburon Reels on the Market custom made for Captain Steve, with 130 lb IGFA Spectra and a 100 yards of top shot 100 lb Mono
Philament Diamond Momoi. She bit a live Skip Jack trolling a little before 1 pm. We fished 2 days before the tournament learning
the fishing grounds. The first morning Captain Steve found a nice structure at the bottom of the ocean perfect for big Marlin fishing
4 miles west of the farallon rock so We decided to fish that area with live bait the whole tournament. The first day of the tournament
We released 3 striped Marlins
struck gold I mean blue.
|2nd place Marlin August 15 2010 at the Marlin and Tuna tournament held in La Cruz Marina, Captain Steve Torres caught
the 295 black Marlin with Live bait the 2nd day of the tournament
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|56th Annual Marlin and Sailfish Tournament report November/12/2011
Captain Steve Torres and team do it again this time winning at home at the 56th annual Marlin and Sailfish Tournament
with a 481 lb Black Marlin. The crew caught the Tournament winner the 2nd day of the 3 day tournament with live bait on a
downrigger trolling the canyons at El Banco. We started the day at 1 am lost 2 smaller Marlin Read full Sailfish and
Marlin tournament report here
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|1st place Marlin and Tuna tournament in Puerto Vallarta Mexico in 2013
We had a great time this last weekend even though no one caught any Tuna or Dorado I think every boat caught a Marlin at El
Day 1 We departed from paradise village at 7am and reached the bank a little after 9am. The team caught live bait and We
started trolling the fishing was very slow for us all day just a small Sailfish nibble in the morning but then a little after 3pm We had
our first Marlin strike then another and just like that We had a double hook up.
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|Team Animal House win 1st place Yellowfin Tuna aboard the Animal house at the 59th International tourrnament on the 18th.
The Yellowfin Tuna weighed 213 lbs see in photos below.
|Captain Cesar Perez and Team Pacific takes home 1st place Dorado/ Mahi mahi June 1st 2014 at the 54 International fishing Tournament
held in San Blas the Dorado weighed in at 43.1 lbs.
|Captain Luis Ramos wins 3rd place Marlin team Animal House October 2014 See full fishing report
|Captain Steve Torres does it again taking home 1st place Marlin again at the 8th international Marlin and Tuna tournament on July
19th 2014 this time with a 480 lb blue Marlin caught at el banco with live bait.