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THE IGFA BILLFISH ROYAL SLAM ON FLY By Dr. Martin Arรณstegui

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wenty-eight years ago I joined the iconic Miami Beach Rod and Reel Club. I acquired most of my angling skills as a member of this great organization. Eighteen months later I was on my way to Quepos Costa Rica to fish for Pacific Sailfish using fly tackle. This was in 1991. I was a novice at the time but persisted to catch and release three sailfish on fly with Captain Brendan Burke on board the Magic. This was the beginning of a quest that at the time I did not even know existed. My next adventure was in La Guaira, Venezuela to fish for White Marlin on fly. I actually visited Venezuela on multiple occasions in the early 90’s and was able to catch and release White Marlin, Atlantic Blue Marlin and Sailfish on fly, fishing on board the Gigi with Captain Carlos Hernandez. My son Martini got me involved in fishing for swordfish when he was just eight years old. We actually had many great adventures fishing with our dear friend Captain Bouncer Smith. These adventures culminated in my teaming up with Bouncer to catch the first swordfish on fly ever caught in Florida. I still consider this capture in 2002 to be the catch of a lifetime. I did not pursue billfish on fly again until 2015 when I entered Jake Jordan’s Billfish Fly Fishing Tournament in Casa Vieja Lodge, Guatemala. It was there that my teammate Roy Cronacher mentioned the IGFA Billfish Royal Slam for the fist time. Roy mentioned that he was going to try for this very prestigious award given by the IGFA. I looked at my previous billfish on fly catches and decided that I should try for this coveted award myself. By now I had five of the nine fish needed. Captain David Salazar, owner of Casa Vieja taught me a lot about fishing for billfish on fly during that tournament. I needed to capture a Pacific Blue Marlin and the best option was to go with my friend Jake Jordan to the ocean mounts that are about 150 miles offshore from Los Suenos Costa Rica. Jake taught me a lot about the techniques needed to successfully accomplish this very difficult capture. I went with my son Martini in June 2016 and was able to capture and release my Pacific Blue Marlin. SOL & MAR MAGAZINE

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One of the most difficult fish to find for this quest was the spearfish. These fish are rare and very difficult to entice to eat a fly. I called my good friend Rufus Wakeman for advice. Rufus recommended that I fish with Captain Kevin Nakamaru in Kona, Hawaii. I did just that and soon was on my way with my wife Roberta to Kona in order to fish with Kevin. The fishing gods were on my side and on the third day of fishing the spearfish came up and I was able to catch it with one of my flies. Now we were half way to Australia already so we proceeded to Sydney and then all the way to Exmouth in western Australia. Our target was the Black Marlin and our guide was Jono Shales, who was also recommended by Rufus Wakeman. On our first day of fishing I was extremely lucky to catch and release two Black Marlin in the 200 pounds range. This capture was an epic one for me. Eight fish down and only one left to go. Now was time to plan the capture of the last fish, the Striped Marlin. I determined that the best place to fish was Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I called my friend Jaime Rendon and booked him for a few days in June of this year. Upon arrival in Mexico, Jaime told me the weather was too rough for his panga and we needed to find a bigger boat. My old friend Minerva

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Saenz came to the rescue. Minerva owns a great tackle shop and charter business in Cabo. She told me that since it was very rough, she had cancelled the charters for the next day and I could go if I was willing to deal with the rough seas. The next day I was on my way with Minerva’s best captain and crew. Captain Pimi did not have much experience with flyfishing but I explained to him and his crew what we needed to do and in three hours we had released the Striped Marlin and I was now the first angler ever to complete the IGFA Billfish Royal Slam on fly tackle. I want to thank all of the fishing captains that guided me to all of these great captures as well as my good friends Pat Ford, Roy Cronacher and Rufus Wakeman. I could not have done it without the help and advise of these gentlemen. My wife Roberta and my son Martini were at my side for many of these captures, their support and encouragement were essential to my success.

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LA ASOCIACIร“N INTERNACIONAL DE PESCA DEPORTIVA BILLFISH ROYAL SLAM ON FLY Por Dr. Martin Arรณstegui

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ace veintiocho años me uní al icónico Miami Beach Rod and Reel Club. Adquirí la mayoría de mis habilidades de pesca como miembro de esta gran organización. Dieciocho meses después, me dirigí a Quepos, Costa Rica, para pescar el Pez Vela del Pacífico usando moscas. Esto fue en 1991. Yo era un novato en ese momento pero persistí para capturar y liberar tres peces vela con mosca con el Capitán Brendan Burke a bordo del Magic. Este fue el comienzo de una búsqueda que en ese momento ni siquiera sabía que existía. Mi próxima aventura fue en La Guaira,Venezuela, para pescar al Marlin Blanco (White Marlin) con mosca. Visité Venezuela en varias ocasiones a principios de los 90 y pude capturar con mosca a las especies de Marlin Blanco (White Marlin), Aguja Azul (Atlantic Blue Marlin) y Pez Vela (Sailfish), pescando a bordo del Gigi con el Capitán Carlos Hernández. Mi hijo Martini me involucro en la pesca del Pez Espada (Swordfish) cuando solo tenía ocho años. De hecho, tuvimos muchas grandes aventuras pescando con nuestro querido amigo, el Capitán Bouncer Smith. Estas aventuras culminaron en unirme con Bouncer para capturar el primer Pez Espada capturado con mosca en Florida. Todavía considero esta captura en 2002 como la captura de mi vida. No busqué marlins con mosca nuevamente hasta 2015 cuando entré en el Torneo de Pesca con Mosca de Jake Jordan en Casa Vieja Lodge, Guatemala. Fue allí donde mi compañero Roy Cronacher mencionó a el IGFA Billfish Royal Slam por primera vez. Roy mencionó que iba a intentar obtener este prestigioso premio otorgado por IGFA. Revisé las capturas anteriores que hice con moscas y decidí que debía intentar este codiciado premio yo mismo. Por ahora tenía cinco de los nueve peces necesarios. El

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Sailfish Casa Vieja Guatemala 2015

Swordfish Miami Fl. 2002

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capitán David Salazar, propietario de Casa Vieja, me enseñó mucho sobre la pesca de peces de pico durante el torneo. Necesitaba capturar un Marlin Azul (Pacific Blue Marlin) y la mejor opción era pescar con mi amigo Jake Jordan a las áreas oceánicas que están a unas 150 millas de la costa de Los Sueños, Costa Rica. Jake me enseñó mucho sobre las técnicas necesarias para lograr con éxito esta captura tan difícil. Fui con mi hijo Martini en junio de 2016 y pude capturar mi Marlin Azul (Pacific Blue Marlin). Uno de los peces más difíciles de encontrar para esta búsqueda fue la Aguja del Pacifico (Spearfish). Estos peces son raros y muy difíciles de atraer con una mosca. Llamé a mi buen amigo Rufus Wakeman para pedirle consejo. Rufus me recomendó pescar con el capitán Kevin Nakamaru en Kona, Hawai. Hice exactamente eso y pronto estaba en camino con mi esposa Roberta a Kona para pescar con Kevin. Los dioses de la pesca estaban de mi lado y en el tercer día de pesca apareció el Spearfish y pude atraparlo con una de mis moscas. Ahora ya estábamos a medio camino de Australia, así que nos dirigimos a Sydney y luego a Exmouth en el oeste de Australia. Nuestro objetivo era el Marlin Negro (Black Marlin) y nuestro guía era JonoShales, quien también fue recomendado por Rufus Wakeman. En nuestro primer día de pesca, tuve la gran suerte de atrapar y liberar dos Marlin Negros en el rango de las 200 libras. Esta captura fue épica para mí. Con ocho peces capturados solo quedaba uno por capturar. Ahora era el momento de planificar la captura del último pez, el Marlin Rayado (Striped Marlin). Decidí que el mejor lugar para pescar era Cabo San Lucas, México. Llamé a mi amigo Jaime Rendon y lo contraté por unos días en junio de este año. Al llegar a México, Jaime me dijo que el clima era demasiado difícil para su panga y que necesitábamos encontrar un barco más grande. Mi amiga Minerva Saenz vino al rescate. Minerva posee una gran tienda de aparejos de pesca y negocios de alquiler de barcos de pesca en Cabo. Ella me dijo que, como el clima estaba muy malo, había cancelado los clientes para el día siguiente y que yo podría ir si estaba dispuesto a luchar con los mares agitados. Al día siguiente, estaba en camino con el mejor capitán y equipo de Minerva. SOL & MAR MAGAZINE

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El Capitán Pimi no tenía mucha experiencia en la pesca con mosca, pero le expliqué a él y a su tripulación lo que teníamos que hacer y en tres horas habíamos capturado al Marlin Rayado y ahora era el primer pescador que completaba el Billfish Royal Slam con equipo de mosca. Quiero agradecer a todos los capitanes de pesca que me guiaron a todas estas grandes capturas, así como a mis buenos amigos Pat Ford, Roy Cronacher y Rufus Wakeman. No podría haberlo hecho sin la ayuda y el consejo de estos caballeros. Mi esposa Roberta y mi hijo Martini estuvieron a mi lado durante muchas de estas capturas, su apoyo y aliento fueron esenciales para mi éxito.

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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI’S MAGIC FOOTBALL TEAM By Pat Ford • Photo Pat Ford

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n October 29th, 2016 Miami had just erased a 20 point deficit and was leading Notre Dame 27-20 with 6:49 left to play. Somehow ND scored 10 unanswered points it the last 6 minutes to win 30-27. Notre Dame stumbled to a 4-9 season that year but Miami won the rest of it’s games and wound up 9-4. Fast forward to Nov 11,2017. Notre Dame had lost one game to Georgia by


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and realized that I really love football photography. My equipment consisted of two Canon 1Dx cameras and a 200-400 and a 70-200 lens…probably $30,000 in equipment strapped to my body. It was a dream come true when I was offered a photographer’s pass to the 2017 Miami-Notre Dame game. I arrived on the field hours early just to enjoy the atmosphere and watch the warm-ups. I’d never shot a night game before and was not sure about the ISO and aperture settings but I did know that I needed 1/1000second shutter speed to stop the action. As I was setting up, I met a student from Notre Dame with a small telephoto lens. It turned out that she was a sophomore and was shooting for Notre Dame, who had evidently flown her to Miami for the game. I told her that I had graduated in 1965 and done all the football photography while I was there. We compared cameras a bit and talked about the team and I realized that this conversation was like someone from the class of 1912 coming up to me in 1962…not a lot to relate to except cameras and football.

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Miami absolutely dominated Notre Dame in every phase of the football game. I certainly didn’t see that coming…I thought it would be another nail-biter, like 2016. It shot Miami up to #2 in the national rankings and Notre Dame down to #8. I knew that whichever team won that game was moving on to big things…the better team won. GO CANES! After rising to #3 in the football rankings Miami was upset by Pittsburg, ruining their undefeated season. They went on to play Clemson in the ACC championships and Clemson proved why they are ranked #1. The Hurricanes ended their season at 10-2 which is outstanding. Their next stop will be the Orange Bowl. It was a fantastic year.

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iami Beach is considered one of the most attractive cities in the United States, in no small part to our beautiful coastline and the loads of fun activities for any demographic. Miami Beach is in Miami Dade County, on the rich, sandy shores of the Southern Peninsula. The city is located on the barrier islands on the outskirts of Miami, right in between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The city was incorporated in 1915, and ever since the city has provided some of the finest beach resorts in America. Miami Beach is well known for its Art Deco District, which is listed on the National

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as hotels, apartments and other structures that were built between 1923 and 1943. At the shores of Miami Beach, there is no limit to what you can do. Some of the most popular activities to do at the beach include swimming on the smooth warm waters and sunbathing under the tropical sun. For those of you looking for adventure Miami Beach offers parasailing, along with jet skiing and helicopter tours. If the beach isn’t your thing, there are plenty of shops for everyone on world famous roads such as Lincoln Road, and plenty of cuisine offered just a couple minutes from the beach. South Beach is a neighborhood in Miami Beach which is also nicknamed by the locals as “SoBe.” South Beach was the first section of Miami Beach when it was first developed in the 1910’s. Miami Beach has become host to hundreds of nightclubs,


restaurants, boutiques, hotels, and famous events like Art Basel. All these exclusivity have attracted tourists from all over the world to have second homes in Miami Beach. The city has also earned its reputation for its active nightlife, such as popular dance clubs like “LIV” at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Also inside of the Fontainebleau Hotel there is also the world famous “Bleau Bar”, which has been a popular place for celebrities such as Frank Sinatra, The Rat Pack, and Elvis Presley and so many more. If you like cocktails, you will like “The Rose Bar” at the Delano. The Rose Bar at the Delano was specifically tailored for cocktail lovers and club. What makes Nikki Beach the ultimate beach club is the flawless mixture of music, dining, entertainment, fashion, film and art. Miami Beach is currently one of the most desirable places in the United States for someone who is considering purchasing a vacation home in Florida. It will definitely provide a free lodging for the holidays and it will also give the opportunity to rent it out the rest of the year. If you have any questions about how to invest in Miami Beach or any area in South Florida, Please contact me and I will be glad to help. people who prefer a more luxurious life. Nikki Beach is also another exclusive place in Miami Beach. It was named the sexiest place on Earth by The London Observer and the #1 spot on the Travel Channel. Nikki beach is located on South Beach, and considered to be the ultimate beach

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CAPTAIN JORGE YUVERO By Dr. Martin Arรณstegui

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A RENOWNED FISHING CAPTAIN AND ACCOMPLISHED MARINE ARTIST

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met Jorge Yuvero in Cuba at an exhibit of his marine paintings in the iconic Club Nautico Hemingway. Jorge already had established himself as one of the best fishing captains in Cuba by guiding the International French Team to three victories in the annual Hemingway International Fishing Tournament. I was very impressed with the quality of his work and commissioned him to paint a jumping marlin with the Morro Castle in the background. This painting occupies a place of honor in my office. I recently found out that Captain Yuvero had moved to South Florida and took this opportunity to commission him to interpret my recent accomplishment of the IGFA Billfish Royal Slam on Fly on canvas. It is with great pleasure that I share this beautiful work and other of his recent paintings with the readers of Sol Y Mar Magazine. If you are interested in Captain Yuvero’s work, please contact him at: jorgeolga61@yahoo.com

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onocí a Jorge Yuvero en Cuba en una exhibición de sus pinturas marinas en el icónico Club Naútico Hemingway. Jorge ya se había establecido como uno de los mejores capitanes de pesca en Cuba al guiar al Equipo Internacional Francés a tres victorias en el Torneo Internacional de Pesca de Hemingway. Quedé muy impresionado con la calidad de su trabajo y le encargué que pintara un marlín saltando con el Castillo Morro en el fondo. Esta pintura ocupa un lugar de honor en mi oficina. Recientemente descubrí que el Capitán Yuvero se había mudado al sur de la Florida y aproveché esta oportunidad para encargarle que interpretara mi reciente logro de IGFA Billfish Royal Slam on Fly en una pintura. Es un gran placer compartir esta hermosa obra y otras de sus pinturas recientes con los lectores de la Revista Sol y Mar Magazine. Si está interesado en el trabajo del Capitán Yuvero, contáctelo a jorgeolga61@yahoo.com

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