2011 Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Results


61 Teams, $331,740 Cash Awards Overall: 105 billfish: 39 blue, 2 black, 38 striped, 26 sailfish And the winners are Top Marlin La Hielera, 31′ Bertram (#057) Capt. David Almanza from La Ribera BCS Mexico AWARDS Total Cash Awarded to La Hielera: $238,569.00 ANGLERS Carlos Jose “Chucky” Van Wormer Ruiz from Los Barriles BCS Francisco…

Report for Thursday 12th annual Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Tournament


Day Two Fish Log Team Angler Species Catch Time Fight Time   Video Jen Wren III Jennifer Rayor Dolphin 7.28.11 08:54:00 1 mins.   Video Carajo Ewald Estrella Dolphin 7.28.11 08:08:57 0 mins.   Video Moonraker Donald Whitter Yellowfin Tuna 7.28.11 07:14:51 0 mins. Mi Sueno David Gore Pacific Sailfish 7.28.11 03:57:24 5 mins. El Dorado Sheila Marshall…

Wednesday catch report for 12th annual Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore Tournament,


62 boats, Good weather   Video Moonraker Donald Whitter Dolphin 7.27.11 06:44:25 1 mins.   Video Moonraker Donald Whitter Yellowfin Tuna 7.27.11 06:44:13 1 mins. Karma 3 Bob Manroe Striped Marlin 7.27.11 04:06:35 5 mins. Sails Call Kevin Brzeczek Striped Marlin 7.27.11 03:46:08 4 mins. Shazam David Richardson Striped Marlin 7.27.11 03:28:39 7 mins. Karma 3 Bob…

East Cape Offshore Tournament Next Week


The number of blue marlin being caught and released has continued to climb and hopefully will be full speed for the East Cape Offshore Tournament, Tues., July 26 to Sat., July 30 (3 fishing days). As our catch numbers reflect, the wide open tuna bite fizzled for most while dorado catches increased.      …

Roosters crow . . . Tuna choke


Inshore action dominated, with roosterfish being the most consistent catch. One client caught and released three in one day – 30-, 40- and 60-pounds. Meanwhile, Baja on the Fly hosted a group of fly fishers seeking roosters from the beach and all four anglers succeeded. When they left, they vowed that they would be returning…

Dorado return


After a bumpy mid-June, fishing began to settle down providing great conditions with no wind and comfortable temperatures in the mid-90s during the day with cooler evenings. No wind at all throughout the week, allowing everyone to enjoy the really good fishing we had. Water temperatures snapped right back to normal, into the low-80s. Tuna action was up and down, with fish…