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113th Fishing Tournament

Top Angler

  • Mike Totey, Albany, Oregon
  • 1 Blue Marlin – 5 Yellowfin Tuna

Top Team

  • John Kaeser, Seabeck, Wa.
  • Mike Totey, Albany, Oregon

Largest Nonbill fish

  • Paul Cahil, Vancouver, Wa.
  • 35 lb. Tuna

Fish Count

  • 8 Sailfish
  • 2 Blue Marlin
  • 2 Striped Marlin
  • 1 Dorado
  • 16 Tuna

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111th Fishing Tournament

October 26 – 31, 2017

This year turned out to be my first year since 1984 that the water temperatures have been high and have prevented the Striped Marlin from being in the waters of the East Cape, both in late May and the end of October.

Thank goodness for the Tuna and a few Dorado and 2 Blue Marlin for this trip The totals as we finished were 10 Dorado and 52 Tuna.

sunrise fishing

A beautiful sunrise on the 111th fishing trip by Fish With Me


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110th Fishing Tournament

May 25 – May 30, 2017

The Tuna came back for us, as well as the nice 80 degree temps.

Mike Totey and John Kaser took most of the awards as they finished as the Top Team. Tracy Totey presented the awards and monies.

Big Game Fishing Awards

Top Team: Mike Totey and John Kaser

Fishing Tournament big catch

John Kaser and Mike Totey with their catch

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109th Fishing Tournament

The 109th tournament was a good trip and sorry if we missed you. We experienced some warm days at the start, but the last 2 days were perfect. The sun-ups were very nice, despite hardly any cloud cover.

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Sunrise

The water conditions, both days of the tournament were nice and smooth. The waters were very warm. One of the skippers reported a reading of 86. These unseasonal temps made the Stipe Marlin still in the cooler Pacific waters, getting ready to move into the Sea of Cortez.

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