Bluefin on the Line
About Bluefin on the Line
In the heyday of Hemingway and Sinatra, the islands of Bimini and Cat Cay were teeming with giant Bluefin tuna – establishing the area as the birthplace of big game sport fishing. Today, commercial overharvesting and other factors have all but wiped out the Bluefin population from these waters that were once home to the famous Cat Cay Tuna Tournament. Now Costa, along with the legendary Merritt family, are out to prove that sport fishing has a future in Tuna Alley. Follow the quest to revive an island, a sport and a legacy.
Are you interested in fishing the 2015 Cat Cay Tuna Tournament? Email Marketing@Costadelmar.com for details.
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News from the 2014 Cat Cay Tuna TournamentDespite some tough weather for tuna fishing, the 2014 Cat Cay Tuna Tournament was a huge success! Here's a great tournament recap from our friends at BD Outdoors: Costa Cat Cay Tuna Tournament.
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THE 2014 CAT CAY TUNA TOURNAMENT
After a 24-year hiatus, the famous big game fishing invitational is back on in Tuna Alley. This June, about 10 teams will take to the water. Each team will work with a Bahamian guide, and will compete for the winning trophy and bragging rights. No prize money, just pride and honor.