Competing in the Pro category, Warpas boats topped the first day of the 18th edition of the 2022 Cap Cana Classic Blue Marlin International Tournament, which began this Thursday under the direction of Puerto Rico’s Salvador Egea.
Anglers Jacques Paulhus, Carson Byers and Fred Sitel released five pieces of Blue Marlin, one each, for 1,500 points.
In second place is LASIK Boat with 1,200 points, and Merlin Darling has three releases in addition to Doña Lucy and Wicked Wahine. 900 points for all three.RELATED
Gabriel Santiago and Miguel Santiago stood out at LASIK. Dallas Hopper was responsible for his three needles released by Merlin Darling. Fourth place went to Doña Lucy, with performances by Natalie Rodriguez, Rafael Caicedo and Joséro Hernández.
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In the Semi-Pro category, Sea Wish and Europhoria stand out with 900 points each, while Monik-Ita, Crushing It, Tease Me, Isabela and Vitamin Sea collect 600 points each.
Suazo, director of Marina Cap Cana, at the reception ceremony. (external source)
In Sea Wish, Hiram Quiñones, Xavier and Xavier H. Quiñones stood out with one each. Anglers Gabriel Martinez, Amaury Maza and Jerison Milan scored points for Euphoria. In Monique Ita, young Marcos Sanchez released his two pieces of the boat.
The event kicked off with a welcome cocktail held on Wednesday evening, where attendees enjoyed great live background music and artistic presentations. Mr. Jorge Subero Medina, Executive of Cap Cana and his President, kindly welcomed us and Silvano Suazo, Director of Marina Cap, expressed his satisfaction and highlighted the change of the fishing day.
Subero Medina, Executive President of Cap Cana (external source)
“This year we added an extra day at your request during the last White Marlin tournament. We hope these extra hours help balance the table and maintain interest in the fair. I really enjoy sharing moments of glory with ,” Suazo said.
In addition to Zubero Medina and Suazo, director Salvador Egea will be on stage. The fair runs through his Saturday the 15th and will be attended by approximately 30 first class boats representing the United States, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
In addition to rewarding the top three professional and semi-professional finishers, Best Fisherman and Best Young Fisherman will be awarded. A properly released Blue Marlin receives 300 points each, while White Marlin and Sailfish species receive 100 points each.
Malaria will host a brunch for women and fishermen’s families this Friday. The second day of fishing began at 6:30 in the morning.
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