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The highly-anticipated fishing tournament is almost here! The 7th Annual Grand Caribe Deepsea Classic is happening on June 29th through July 2nd. It starts with a briefing and the Captain's cocktail & dinner before the weekend festivities at sea, followed by the distribution of prizes valued over $125,000. Check out the flyer for all the details on how you can be a part of Belize's biggest fishing tournament!

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The 7th Annual Grand Caribe Deep Sea Classic took place in San Pedro this weekend, starting on Friday, June 30th, and ending on Sunday, July 2nd. A total of 40 boats with many experienced Belizean and international fisherfolks participated in this mega event, with the top 5 boats and other winners walking away with $173,500 in cash and other prizes. This year, the fishing content creator with over 600,000 subscribers, Landshark Outdoors - Viktor Hluben, participated and won 2nd overall with two blue marlins in the highly regarded event!

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Team Boss Gyal

Team Boss Gyal takes this year's Grand Caribe Deep Sea Classic Fishing Tournament

The seventh annual Grand Caribe Deep Sea Classic, held from Thursday, June 29th through July 2nd, was won by Team Boss Gyal. Team Fish Tales took home second place in the fishing tournament, and Team Bobby C won third place. With over $125,000 in cash and prizes, the popular event saw the participation of 40 different teams from across the country and abroad.

Before the action on the Belizean deep seas, the anglers and captains started on Thursday with a briefing, dinner, and registration confirmation. The teams headed out on Friday morning for the tournament's first day. Each day all groups had to check in before 6AM at the weigh station before heading out to sea and were required to return by 6PM. Throughout the tournament, teams constantly reported their catches. During the first day, groups mainly reported dorados. At the end of day one, the five top teams included Fish Tales, Unreel, Bobby C, Ms. Darlene, and Sonic. On day two, the competition intensified, and the first Blue Marlin was caught and released by Team Bobby C. As the day progressed, more dorados were reported, along with barracuda, sailfish, and tuna. Team Fish Tales nailed two Blue Marlins after midday, while Team Cerca del Sol reported the release of a sailfish. As time was winding down on the second day, Team Boss Gyal caught and released two Blue Marlins.

[b]Click here to read the rest of the article in the San Pedro Sun[/b


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