March 9th – 12th 2017 with the Calcutta and Captains’ Meeting, the pre-party and bidding on boats begin. Then, 2 days of fishing (Friday and Saturday, March 9th – 12th) are each followed by a fresh fish auction of the day’s catch, music, entertainment and kid friendly games all hosted at Salt Bar & Grill at the Blue Haven Resort & Marina. Complimentary berthing and preferred fuel pricing is offered to participants of the fishing tournament by Blue Haven Resort & Marina.

There will be cash prizes awarded both days for the heaviest fish caught (Day 1 Heaviest Fish – $2,000, Day 2 Heaviest Fish – $2,000 ), as well as overall cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers ($6,5K, $3,5K, $2,5K) based on most poundage of fish caught.

The trophies are phenomenal: Please see Gallery

All participants will receive goodie bags including shirts, hats, commemorative tumblers, water and of course Beer.

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Mahi-Mahi

Commonly known as the Dolphin-Fish. Surface-dwelling ray-finned fish found in off-shore temperate, tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. Mahi-mahi means “very strong” in Hawaiian
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Tuna

Tuna are fast swimmers, and some species are capable of speeds of 44 mph (70 km/h). While most species of fish have white flesh, the tuna has muscle tissue ranging from pink to deep red. Some species of tuna display warm-blooded adaptations which allow them to survive in colder climates. The word tuna comes from the Spanish word atun
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Wahoo

Found in tropical and sub-tropical seas. Its speed and high quality flesh makes it a prize game fish. In Hawaii it is known as Ono Not to be confused with the barracuda which has bigger scales and teeth