Tuesday, May 28, 2019
yesterday and today
by Capt. George Beckwith at 8:52 AM
Friday, May 24, 2019
yesterday we catch 3 sailfish and 1 nice yellowfin tuna
today we catch 6 sailfish and 4 yellowfin tuna
green season marlin have arrived.
by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:29 AM
Thursday, May 9, 2019
hope they will stay a while.
3 striped marlin and 2 blues on Wednesday and this report from yesterday:
"Another great day today two for three on blue
Marlin today five nice yellowfin tuna and one mahi mahi"
first quick trip
by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:52 AM
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
I have not gotten the full details but a quick overnighter to the seamounts yielded 2 blue marlin releases out of 5 bites a few sails and a tuna well over 200 pounds that was on the leader but "released" after 2 1/2 hours.
Seamount openings on Dragin Fly
by Capt. George Beckwith at 4:15 PM
Thursday, May 2, 2019
They should be getting back tonight from our first trip of the season. Report to follow.
Last remaining openings during the "peak" seamount season:
July 20-26 reserved, not confirmed
Aug. 10-15 reserved, not confirmed
could not hold on, good for 2nd
by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:18 PM
Looks like the Frenzy got on them today, not sure what happend with the Dragin Fly, but we needed to catch 5 sails today for the win, and only landed two.....unless they missed one on the radio or something, but it looks like we are good for 2nd place for the 2nd or 3rd time in the Offshore World Championship. Really proud of the guys, that is a tournament with the best of the best charter boats in Costa Rica.
Last day today
by Capt. George Beckwith at 8:42 AM
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
No matter how the day ends up, I am really proud of Capt. James and Capt. Berto and the team that they have put together. On Day 1 Dragin Fly jumped into first place and they have not looked over their shoulder, remaining in 1st place at the end of day 2 and day 3.
Despite a couple of slow days on day 2 and 3, landing only 4 sails each day, Dragin Fly is still at the top, but needs to land at least 400 points before beginning to add to their total, which is the best 3 of 4 days.
Go get 'em guys!
Day 1 OWC Dragin Fly leads tournament
by Capt. George Beckwith at 8:11 AM
Press release from Day 1.
Day 2 was a little tougher, only 4 sails, but still holding on to 1st
QUEPOS, Costa Rica.
(Tuesday, April 30, 2019) — Forty-five teams of champion saltwater anglers released 274 billfish on
Monday, day one of the 2019 Costa Offshore World Championship. The waters off
of Quepos, Costa Rica were hot and plentiful, a welcome sign on day one of four
days of fishing.
Team Oregon Tuna Classic (USA) completed the day in first place with
3,500 points from one blue marlin (500 points) and 15 sailfish (200
points) releases........ The team fished aboard Dragin Fly, a 42-foot
Maverick yacht, captained by James Smith.