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Fishing for Kids

When it comes to catching giants, it’s all about the bait prep.

Billfish tournaments around the world vary greatly due to a variety of factors ranging from targeted species to focus on release or kill, money prizes or trophies. But it would be fair to say that almost all of them place a high value on efficiency and successfully hooking as many fish as possible.

Except that’s not entirely true of the No Sancocho Sailfish Shootout tournament, run by the folks at Casa Vieja Lodge on the Pacific coast of Guatemala (). This lighthearted (and fun) event takes a somewhat different approach to fishing for sailfish and marlin, which abound in the waters off this country.

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