Captain steve Torres 1st place Marlin in La Cruz Tournament
Captain Steve Torres does it again!
Puerto Vallarta fishing tournament Day 1 July 15 The boats set out at 7 am Captain Steve had caught 4 marlins the previous week and had marked a couple hot spots around the rock, the crew caught some bigger live baits and we starting trolling just after 10 am we had our first hook up Steve hit the throttle and the fight was on Mark reeled in the 335 lb Blue Marlin in an hour and a half . The rest of the day was pretty cold after that but we had our trophy fish.
Puerto Vallarta fishing tournament Day 2 July 16 We had a big rain Storm that lasted all night and continued into the early Morning for the ride out by 9 am it was clears sky's. and about the same time as the day before a little after 10 am we had our first hook a big Sailfish to bad this is not a Sailfish tournament so the crew released the Sail and We starting trolling again but no more bites we starting heading back to the marina at about 4pm. We had heard 2 other Marlin catches today on the radio so we were running back with our fingers crossed and ended up on top by about 20 lbs. Congratulations to all the contestants this year for making another great tournament.
People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947