Team Blue Time wins the 2013 Key West World Sailfish Championship with 17 sailfish. On the final day Sunday it took the team to catch 14 fish to take the win.
When the rods were put away, it was Blue Time taking home the championship, thanks to a 14-fish final day, with a total of 17 releases. The win earned boat owners Benjamin Leon III, and his wife Lisa, $184,962.50.
The Edge owner Trey Brown talks about their first two days on the water during the 2013 World Sailfiship Championship.
Benjamin Leon of the boat Blue Time talks about his first two of fishing during the 2013 World Sailfish Championship.
Video interview with Rob Gothier, owner of Bar South. Gothier talks about their days one and two
Video Interview with tournament organizer Chris KIng about the first two days and Saturday’s lay day during the 2013 World Sailfish Championship.
Some great action on the water from the first two days of fishing in Key West. Teams had great weather and Sunday’s final day is expected to be just as good.
Day One leader, Viva La Vida, pulled back into the dock stuck at its first day’s total of 9, which was still enough to hold a two-fish lead over Lights Out and a three-fish margin over The Edge, which led all boats with five releases on Friday.
Video interview with Dr. John Cole from Viva La Vida, day 1 leader of the 2013 World Sailfish Championship
The 34 teams participating in the World Sailfish Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops were greeted by breezy conditions and tough fishing on Day One. Winds out of the southeast chopped the seas up and left the sailfish in a more curious – as opposed to ravenous – mood. In all, 46 sails were released [...]