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Table of Contents
DEPARTMENTS Publisher’s Message/Calendar Industry News Caught On The WBS World TourTM
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TOURNAMENT TALES WBS World Tour Qualifier
Anglers from across the globe visit paradise in Costa Rica in hopes of earning a top five qualifying spot and a shot at the Championship.
WBS World Championship
The top six anglers in the world battle head to head for the title of World Champion of Billfishing in Los Sueños.
South Florida Sailfish Kickoff
The WBS Southeast Division gets underway for 2007.
PROFILES WBS Anglers
Jim Vaughan, Randy McCoy, Andy Levy
INSIDE THE WBS 2007 Standings 2007 Tournament Schedule
FRONT COVER: Frank Rodriguez keeps a close eye on the spread aboard the Fa-La-Me during the WBS World Championship. Photo by Alaric Lambert
Billfishing ◆ January 2007
FROM THE WBS
It’s a brand new year of billfishing and by the initial reports from the Southeast Division, the competition is already heating up. At stake for the top tournament anglers and the top ten in each WBS division is an invitation to the WBS Grand Championships—I can’t think of a better way to end the year than heading down to Los Sueños Resort and Marina in December. Congratulations are in order for both Viking Yachts and MTU Detroit Diesel, winners of the President’s Cup in 2006. Both companies were certainly on top of their respective games when it came to fielding talented tournament teams. Each will receive their trophies during the Miami International Boat Show this February. In the divisional standings, 2006 was a banner year for tournament fishing. Past World Champion Mark Wodlinger topped the highly competitive Southeast Division, finally unseating three-time winner Peter Miller. In the Gulf, Judy Ramey brought home the divisional title to Orange Beach, Alabama thanks in part to a great showing in the Orange Beach Billfish Classic. The Caribbean Division title goes to J.D. Nichols, a constant threat in the Bahamas tournaments, while Bob Nabrzewski topped the Mid-Atlantic standings with an outstanding showing in the White Marlin Open. In the Pacific Coast Division, WBS veteran Mike Cromer took home the gold, while Costa Rican native Carlos Cambronero bested the field in the Pacific Rim Division. As a divisional winner, each angler earns the bronze Marlin trophy as well as a five-year standing invitation to attend the WBS Grand Championships. As we move into 2007, please review your membership status in the WBS Anglers Club—it’s probably time to renew your membership, and for just $25 a year you can help support tournament billfishing now and in the future. Good luck this season, —Jim Simons President and CEO, World Billfish Series
Upcoming Events February 25 - March 3 South Indian Ocean Billfish Tourn. March 4 - 10 Raiatea Int’l Billfish Tournament March 15 - 18 Los Sueños Signature Series #2 March 17 - 19 Broken Bay Invitational March 29 - April 1 Yamaha Contender Miami Tourn.
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April 16 - 19 Bahamas White Marlin Open April 20 - 23 Presidential Challenge, Costa Rica April 22 - 27 BBC March Harbour Championship
The Official Monthly Publication of the WBS Volume 7 No. 1, January 2007
Published monthly by SportsUSA Group, Inc. Seminole Office Center 7985 113th Street N., Suite #330 Seminole, Florida 33772 phone: (727) 319-3449 • fax: (727) 319-8279 email: email@example.com
PUBLISHER James R. Simons
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Sam White
ART DIRECTOR Linda Fisher
DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION Jana E. Simons
BILLFISHING CONTRIBUTORS Bailey Bobbitt Heather Maxwell David A. Brown Kitty McGowan Jacqueline Caspari Jeff Merrill Peter Caspari Jim Niemiec Laurie Ciecierski Bruce Paul Bart K. Davis John E. Phillips Brenda Fletcher Walt Rhodes Greg Gawlikowski Capt. Jim Sharpe Rick Gaffney Tom Twyford Scott Kerrigan Capt. Joan Vernon Marty Locke Eric West ®
WBS OPERATIONS: PRESIDENT & CEO James R. Simons
WORLD TOUR COORDINATOR Anthony Mendillo
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR Kathryn Chappetto
SPECIAL THANKS TO: All the companies, associations and individuals who give back to the sport of billfishing so that future generations can enjoy one of America’s favorite pastimes.
Copyright © 2007, SportsUSA Group, Inc.
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WBS WELCOMES NEW WORLD TOUR SPONSORS
he World Billfish Series is excited to announce the addition of two new World Tour sponsors for the 2007 season. Dr. Ira Trocki, CEO of EH Yachts, LLC, knows a few things about building boats and about building boat companies. In addition to Egg Harbor, the company also produces Topaz, Davis, Predator and Revenge Yachts. Both Davis and Topaz brands will be represented on the WBS World Tour as an ongoing part of the company’s commitment to building the finest yachts in the sportfishing world. Davis Yachts range in length from 48 to 70 feet in length while Topaz Boats are built in sizes ranging from 33 to 40 feet. Each will be introducing new models in February 2007 as Davis unveils their new 52-foot Sport Fisherman in the Miami International Boat Show and Topaz releases their new 33-foot Express at the Boston Boat Show
The new Davis will feature a custom salon layout that’s designed for comfort and entertaining, with a 12-foot Ushaped sofa to port and a full-length galley/buffet with solid surface countertop to starboard. Forward, there are two full staterooms and crew quarters, with a Davis signature cathedral vaulted ceiling in the master stateroom as well as two heads with separate showers.
The 33 Topaz Express incorporates many of the most popular features found on their 40 Express, including a one-piece deck. Side vents will readily distinguish this 33 as a Topaz, while cavernous fishboxes stand ready to hold the catch of the day. She’s sure to be a leader among other models in her class. “It’s not a question of how big or how successful we want to be,” said Dr. Trocki of his long-term goals. “It’s to build the world’s finest yachts. That’s where we’re heading. We keep improving because you can’t ever stop if you want to be the best.” For more information please visit www.buddydavis.com or www.topazboats.com or call Bob Hazard at 609-965-2300. The second new World Tour sponsor is XM WX Satellite Weather. A joint development between XM Satellite Radio and meteorology experts WxWorx, XM WX uses satellite broadcast technology to supply anglers with real-time weather and sea state information, with data products that include radar, lightning, sea conditions and much more. Users can view and interact with this wealth of information on their choice of display devices like laptop computers, in-panel displays and compatible chartplotters. The service employs a powerful dual-redundant S-Band satellite
transmission that when coupled with the service’s continuous broadcast results in a data-rich signal that’s reliable and always available. With optional GPS functionality, anglers can show their own location offshore as an overlay on the high-resolution weather and sea-state data, giving them the ability to judge their proximity to approaching weather in order to plan the most productive and prudent course of action for the day’s activity.
XM WX Satellite Weather delivers worldclass weather data for world-class fishing, arming anglers with relevant weather information that will make their offshore time more productive. Systems running XM WX Satellite Weather will also be on display at several World Billfish Series events this year including the Ft. Lauderdale Billfish Tournament, Mississippi Gulf Coast Billfish Classic, White Marlin Open, Mid-Atlantic $500,000 and Pirate’s Cove Billfish Tournaments, so participating anglers are welcome to try out this essential service for themselves. For more information, please visit www.XMWXweather.com for more on how this service can improve your days at sea.
CONSERVATION UPDATE: NO EXEMPTION FOR J-HOOKS
he National Marine Fisheries Service has decided not to proceed with issuing exempted fishing permits during Atlantic billfish tournaments that would have allowed anglers to use traditional Jhooks in this fishery. The rule requiring circle hooks to be used by any vessel carrying a Highly Migratory Species permit in Atlantic billfish tournaments was part of the Final
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Consolidated Fishery Management Plan that became effective January 1, 2007. After publishing a Notice of Intent, NMFS received several public comments and applications from a number of East and Gulf Coast tournaments that would have allowed anglers to use J-hooks in order to assess and collect data on the
impact of this hook style and the use of heavy tackle on Atlantic marlin. However, after further discussion the NMFS determined that it would not issue exemptions for this fishery. For more information, please call Russ Dunn or Randy Blankinship at the Office of Sustainable Fisheries at 727-824-5313.
PACIFIC FINS NAMES NEW DIRECTOR OF CHARTER OPERATIONS
apt. Ron Hamlin, the current record holder for the most sailfish releases in one day, has been named the director of charter operations for Pacific Fins Resort in Guatemala. Hamlin brings over 30 years of charter fishing, sponsorship marketing and yacht management to Pacific Fins, formerly the Fins ‘n Feathers Inn. The resort is located on the Pacific coast of Guatemala and features luxury villas as well as individual suites complete with satellite television, wireless Internet access, a full gourmet restaurant and bar, pool, spa and other amenities. The property recently underwent a complete
renovation and is already begun filling up with reservations for the 2007 fishing season. Guatemala itself sits squarely atop the world’s best fishing for Pacific sailfish. The release numbers are staggering but perhaps even more impressive is the nation’s commitment to the conservation of the species, requiring the use of nonoffset circle hooks in the all-release fishery. “Capt. Ron is exactly the right person to direct our charter fishing operations,” said Pacific Fins’ U.Sbased marketing director, Rob Newton. “Over the years,
Guatemala has become synonymous with great sailfishing and Ron has been a key player in the area, not only putting up huge catch numbers but also as a leader in conservation and the use of circle hooks.” For more information on Pacific Fins Resort, please visit www.PacificFins.com or call 888-700-FINS.
COASTAL CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION WINS IGFA AWARD FOR CONSERVATION
he IGFA has named the Coastal Conservation Association as a recipient of its prestigious Conservation Award, established to honor organizations that have made significant and outstanding contributions to the cause of conservation in freshwater, saltwater and fly fishing communities. “This award is for the tens of thousands of CCA volunteers who have worked so hard over the last 30
years to advance the cause of proper marine resource conservation,” said David Cummins, CCA president. “All of them contribute their time, money and expertise because they see a need and have the ability to fill it. That sort of work has its own reward, but it’s also gratifying when a group like the IGFA recognizes those achievements.”
helped establish gamefish status for billfish and redfish, enacted net bans in four states and outlawed many destructive gear types. It’s also been recognized by fisheries managers as instrumental in the recovery of the stocks of redfish, king and Spanish mackerel, speckled trout, striped bass, Gulf grouper and Atlantic weakfish.
Among the many notable achievements in its history, the CCA has
For more information please contact Ted Venker at 800-201-FISH.
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WBS Grand Championship Qualifier
ake the world’s top bluewater anglers from across the globe and pit them in a highly com petitive angler versus angler tour nament format for two days where only the top five have the opportu nity to move onto the final day of fishing—it’s the WBS World Tour Qualifier.
By Sam White
Photos by Alaric Lambert
WORLD BILLF GRAND CHAMPIONSH
owhere else in the world of sportfishing is there a more competitive tournament series than found during the 2006 WBS Grand Championships in Los Sueños, Costa Rica. Anglers must first prove themselves in regional competition in WBS-sanctioned tournaments in order to earn a qualifying spot in the year-ending Grand Championships. Then they’re faced with a second challenge: what became known simply as The Qualifier. Anglers would fish two per boat, against one another as well as the rest of the field, in hopes of finishing among the top five at the end of two days on the water. Only those five would have the chance to move on to compete in the World Championships where they would have a shot at the title of WBS World Champion of Billfishing.
Los Sueños continues to top the list as one of sportfishing’s finest destinations. Few other spots in the world can match its winning combination of various luxury amenities, excellent restaurants, a world-class marina and some the planet’s best billfishing. Early December in Costa Rica is a time of transition from the windy and wet season to a time of drier and calmer air and sea conditions. This usually coincides with an uptick in the fishing—while it’s good nearly all year round in these waters, from late November through the spring is really the highlight for the offshore species, especially billfish. While visitors come to this quaint Central American nation for many different reasons, fishing certainly seems to be an important priority among those who frequent Los Sueños.
Over 30 anglers from the United States, Costa Rica and Russia turned out in Los Sueños Resort and Marina for this year’s tournament, which was filmed in its entirety by Barrett Productions for the Versus television network. Each angler qualified by either earning top angler status in a sanctioned event or by finishing among the top ten in one of the WBS worldwide divisions. Just earning a qualifying spot is a tremendous accomplishment in this highly competitive sport, but this year’s Grand Championships would take that one step further. In order for all the action to be fully captured on the water by the cameras, the field would be pared down to just the top five anglers from the Qualifier, plus the winner of the Tournament of Champions in Guatemala, for a field of six for the World Championship.
As the first day of the qualifying event kicked off under amazingly clear sunny skies, the fleet departed far and wide in search of productive waters. The anglers would have a full eight hours on the water in which to prove their mettle using non-offset circle hooks, dead bait and maximum 30pound test tackle. In addition, they would be fishing in pairs on each boat, rotating sides at the top of each hour to ensure a fair competition. The more numerous Pacific sailfish would be worth 100 points while any species of marlin would be valued at 400 points, and it would be up to the anglers to convert their strikes into hookups and hookups into releases in order to make the top five and progress on to the World Championship.
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WBS Grand Championship Qualifier
FISH SERIES HIPS: THE QUALIFIER One of the first anglers to make a run for the top of the leaderboard was Singer Island, Florida’s Mark Wodlinger. A past World Champion (Mazatlan 2004), Mark was still bitterly disappointed from his showing in the Versus WBS Tournament of Champions nearly a month earlier in Guatemala, where the past World Champions were invited to compete for $25,000 in cash as well as an automatic qualifying bid to the World Championship in Costa Rica. During the first day of fishing, Wodlinger hooked into a sizeable blue marlin on light tackle but had to battle the pugnacious fighter for well over two hours in order to earn his 400 points for the release. In the meantime, the rest of the fleet had picked away at the sailfish, relegating the young champion to last place in the tournament. He was determined to make a better showing for himself in Costa Rica, and by the end of Day One he was leading with eight sailfish releases and 800 points fishing alongside Frank Rodriguez on the Fa-La-Me. Jim Vaughan was another angler who was on a hot streak and was poised for a run at his first World Championship. Vaughan had just come off a win in the Presidential Challenge of Central America’s Guatemala leg, so he was infinitely experienced with the Costa Rican style of fishing using light tackle, dead bait and circle hooks, and he also had the confidence required to see the tournament through to the end. Fishing aboard Jim McCord’s Priority, Vaughan also had the good fortune to connect with a blue marlin in the closing hour of Day One—combined with his three sail-
fish from earlier in the day, the successful release would give him 700 points and the second place standing. Experience is a resounding theme among this year’s tournament competitors. One of the most experienced would have to be Randall Garcia. The Costa Rican native earned Top Angler status during the first leg of the Los Sueños Signature Series earlier in the year so he was certainly one of the early favorites going into the tournament. With a successful two days on the water, he had the potential to be named the first Costa Rican World Champion of Billfishing. Pat Logue is another angler who had a great year on the World Billfish Series World Tour, having earned Top Angler status in the Sarasota HBA Pro/Am on Florida’s west coast. Pat would be fishing aboard his 74-foot Viking, First Strike, and would end the day with six sailfish released and 600 points, good for fourth place. Another Viking owner, Frank Billfishing ◆ January 2007
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Rodriguez, rounded out the top five on Day One. Rodriguez also released six sailfish aboard the Fa-La-Me and would be in the running for a qualifying slot. It’s important to note that numerous other anglers in the field also had good days on the water, and with a little luck on Day Two could move into the top five. Among these were Michael Johnson (five sailfish/500 points), Ken Duell (one marlin/400 points) and the trio of Shane McMahon, Bill Pino and Bob Southard, Jr (four sailfish/400 points each). It was still anyone’s game and in waters as prolific as Costa Rica, anything could happen on Day Two. As the competition got underway the next morning, Frank Rodriguez fired the first shot with a quick sailfish release just after the call for lines in. It was clear that Frank was on a mission to make it to the final five and by concentrating on his fishing he was able to do just that. By the end of the day Rodriguez, a veteran of the Bahamas Billfish Championship series and past winner of the WBS Caribbean Division, showed just why he’s a fearsome competitor: he had moved from fifth place up to first place with another seven sailfish released. He would lead the Qualifier with 1300 points and would have a hot streak of his own going into the World Championship. Past World Champion Richard Richardson really made his presence known on Day Two of the tournament. Better known for his passion for chasing big blue marlin, Richard will be the first to say he would rather release one marlin than ten sailfish but his competitive nature and offshore experience paid off handsomely. He turned in the best oneday performance of any competitor, releasing 10 sailfish on Day Two to finish in second place with 1300 points in the Qualifier. Tournament experience continued to pay off for Mark Wodlinger as well. While not the stellar performance from Day One, Mark picked up another four releases on Day Two to finish the Qualifier in third place at 1200 points. He was the second past Champion in the field going into the World Championship and had fully redeemed himself from the disappointing finish in the Guatemala event a month earlier. Frank Rodriguez, center, led the Qualifier throughout Day Two to advance to the World Championship in first place with 1300 points.
Team Priority’s Jim Vaughan reflects on his Championship run on Day Two, hoping he would have enough points to move onto the World Championship. He would end up qualifying by just over 40 minutes.
Fourth place fell to James Kontos, fishing aboard the Let It Ride. James is perhaps better known as a freshwater trout guide in Crested Butte, Colorado but has spent many years fishing throughout the Caribbean and Central American waters as well. With five sails on Day One and six more on Day Two, Kontos moved onto the Championship with 1100 points and a steady, consistent approach to the tournament. With just one more good day at sea, the title could be his. A number of other anglers found their pace on Day Two, most notably Steve Brown (six sailfish/600 points). Several other anglers released five fish each, like Andy Levy, Andy Kontos, Chris Domel and Judy Ramey. Numbers like these had Jim Vaughan sweating bullets right down to the call for lines out. Vaughan was only able to manage another three releases to go with his Day One total and knew it would be close. But just how close? He ended up tied with Judy Ramey at 1000 points even, breaking the tie by releasing his last fish first by just over 40 minutes. By the narrowest of margins, Vaughan would advance to the top five. So the final day of fishing would see these top five joining Karl Knudsen, the affable Carolina barrister and winner of the Guatemala Tournament of Champions, for a shot at the title of World Champion and the keys to a new Mercedes automobile. Three of the six were past World Champions (Richardson, Wodlinger and Knudsen), while the other three (Kontos, Rodriguez and Vaughan) were each hungry for their first title. The anglers collectively represented the states of Florida, Texas, North Carolina and Colorado, and each had vast years of experience in tournament competition so the race for the Championship would be a full sprint to the finish. And once again the fishery off Los Sueños shone through—in two days of competition, the gathered anglers had released 190 billfish. Each competitor had the opportunity to release at least one of these magnificent speedsters on light tackle and would return to their homes with memories of intense competition, flat-calm seas and world-class fishing.
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