Over the 3 days of the tournament I think we raised a total of 8 Marlin, 2 of which were Blues and one of them I think would have won the tournament but we missed it right off the bite. Spewing! Every set of marks you sent me to we raised fish mate, I have a lot of faith and confidence in you already. It’s great having somewhere to aim for out there and a area to work.
Voice Of The WildcaptainVoice Of The WildBisbees
The Tournament we just fished has been the best learning tool I have had in the two years as a skipper on Marlin fishing. Your charts made all the difference on finding the fish.
Captain Carlos GloriaCaptainPortugal
Can you send me the latest chart over the Gordo Bank again pleaseee, re.
One of the areas you marked we caught a double Blue Marlin yesterday on practice day, they both ate live skipjack.
love it! Mike.
Mike Hennessy BisbeesBisbeesRehabCabo San Lucus Mexico
Thanks Oceansst for your charts, helping me to increase my % in the zone. They have put me on my biggest fish the 1245# blue marlin and many good bites that I otherwise may have missed by a couple miles without knowing about this information. Keep up the good work!!! Cap’t Mike Hennessy
1245 BEASTMAGGIE JOEHAWAII
Thanks Paul for all your help, the fishing was slow and water patchily you kept us in the good water to get the only Blue of the tournament, cheers.
OceanEyE huge help in Portugal, Kiwis win.
Wicked! Congrats to my Uncle Leighton Leighton Haliday, bagging his first Blue Marlin in NZ.
Thanks to Nathan Adams. That new lure works a treat and the fish hit it hard!
Cheers to Paul at Oceansst Maps for comprehensive charts keeping us pointing in the right direction.
Ps. We did think this fish would have gone a bit heavier but Leighton hasn’t kept a fish in 8 years so this one will gladly be welcomed to our freezers to share with family and friends!