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Bimini Sands Resort & Marina to Host Inaugural Wahoo Tournament October 19-21, 2017
By Captain Chase
Sep 29, 2017 - 9:28:22 AM

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South Bimini, The Bahamas – September 27, 2017 – Bimini Sands Resort and Marina today announced dates for their upcoming Wahoo Tournament. Slated for October 19-21, the event will be hosted by Charter Boat Captain Chase Camacho, and is the first of its kind to take place at the resort.
Because of their raw speed, hard fight, and ability to pull drag, Wahoo are a favorite among fishermen and are plentiful in the waters surrounding Bimini. More than 100 anglers are expected to make the journey to South Bimini and will be some of the first to use Bimini Sands’ brand new amenities, including a beachside infinity pool and their new Oceanfront Pavilion Bar and Grill.
The Registration fee is $1,750 per boat (includes four anglers) with a total payout of $20,000 based on a 20 boat registration.
World renowned artist and conservationist Jean Eastman created this year’s artwork. Bimini Sands has also partnered with the Bimini Biological Field Station Foundation and will be donating all fish remains to assist in their research.
Sponsors include Tito's Home Made Vodka, Tropic Ocean Airways, ROFFS ™
Hotspots, Social Caddie, Florida Yacht Interiors, Sands Beer, Fathom Offshore, Papa’s Pilar Rum and Chase N Dreams Yacht Charter.
Additional details, including the full tournament schedule, sponsorship opportunities and registration information, can be found at http://wahootournaments.com.
Bimini Sands is a 214 unit complex and deep water marina located on South Bimini in The Bahamas. For more information, please visit www.thebiminisands.com

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