The World’s Richest Fishing Tournament has to Adapt and Overcome what Mother Nature has thrown at Bisbee organizers and its world-class participants.
Before getting into the very interesting news below, the Bisbee’s Offshore Tournament group wishes all the fishermen and communities of Southern Baja the very best as they recover from the terrible hurricane these past few days. Their thoughts, hopes, and prayers are for everyone affected!
What this means to the tournament world …
Most anglers came to Cabo for two Bisbee’s tournaments, both with multimillion-dollar payouts, and one being renowned as the undisputed richest event in the world, with last year’s awards being $11.7 Million alone! With the port being closed on the first tournament’s scheduled fishing days due to the arrival of Hurricane Norma and everyone involved being steadfast in wanting two tournaments in which to participate, the Bisbee’s organizers came up with a new, quite creative way (many would say) to fulfill these wishes.