LCO Day One winner receives $444,550 for Day 1 Daily Jackpot for a 328 Blue Marlin

  • Gary Graham-That Baja Guy-
  • Oct 21, 2019

The 2019 Bisbee’s Los Cabos Offshore awards banquet was held at the Maria Corona Restaurant owned by the Jorge Gonzalez Family, where many of the 120 teams gathered Sunday evening for the great party with entertainment from the ever-popular local “Cabo Max Band” before and after the nine checks were handed out to the excited winning teams.

After dinner Wayne Bisbee and Tricia Bisbee, along Clicerio Mercado were joined by the lovely Baja Cantina girls to honor the winners and help celebrate their good fortune.

Wayne began by thanking everyone for participating in the event; he welcomed guests and recognized the dignitaries before jumping into the program.

There were 192 fish caught or released during the two-day event, including ten dorado but no qualifiers, 95 striped marlin, 61 blue marlin, ten black marlin, and one lonely spearfish.   

He added that was not bad for the two-day event. Over 2,400 pounds of fish were donated by the teams to “Feeding Los Cabos Kids,” whose staff and volunteers cleaned and delivered the fish that provided an estimated 7,557 meals for the kids and their families through their efforts since 2015, they have served Children’s Rehab and feeding centers through neighborhoods in the barrios surrounding Los Cabos.

Bisbee acknowledged many of the sponsors and supporters over the years as well as new ones (which are listed on the Bisbee Tournaments website). 

Then afterward, the Early Bird Drawing went to #11, “Goodman-Badman.”  

Wayne added that many teamss were missed out out on the advantages offered to Early Bird entries.   

Launching into the highlight of the evening for at least nine teams, he observed that looking at the amount of the check written and the number of teams competing, there were no longer any “Baby Bisbee” tournaments!

$2k Costa Release Category

1st TAG Team” 1500.00 pts $61,880.00

2nd “Overtime” 1300.00 pts $21,420.00

3rd  “Quiteña” 1300.00 pts $11,900.00

$1k Daily Gamefish - Tuna (Tuna Jackpot) 

Day 1 1st  “C Rod” 157.0000 pts $82,450.00 

Day 2 1st  “Tuna Killers” 56.3000 pts $82,450.00

Top Tournament Team - Billfish


1st  “Marlini” 468.0000 pts $48,730.50, plus an Eat Me lures 

2nd  “Reel & Deal” 371.0000 pts $16,868.25, plus an Eat Me lures

3rd  “Outcast” 360.0000 pts $9,371.25, plus an Eat Me lures

$500 Daily Jackpot ($500 Daily) 

Day 1 1st  “Predator” 328.0000 pts $40,800.00

Day 2 1st  “Marlini” 468.0000 pts $40,800.00

Category: $1k Daily Jackpot ($1k Daily) 

1st “Predator” 328.0000 pts $71,400.00

Day 2 1st “Reel & Deal” 371.0000 pts $71,400.00

Category: $2k Daily Jackpot ($2k Daily) 

Day 1 1st  “Predator” 328.0000 pts $124,100.00

Day 2 1st  “Reel & Deal” 371.0000 pts $124,100.00

$5k Daily Jackpot (5k Daily)

Day 1 1st  “Predator” 328.0000 pts $208,250.00

Day 2 1st  “Outcast” 360.0000 pts $208,250.00

Total Team Payout per team

“Predator” $444,550.00

“Outcast” $217,621.25

“Reel & Deal” $212,368.25

“Captiva III” $132,430.00

“Marlini” $89,530.50

“Tuna Killers” $82,450.00

“TAG Team” $61,880.00

“Overtime” $21,420.00

“Quiteña” $11,900.00

Total Payouts $1,274,150.00

For details of teams and breakdowns of individual awards visit CatchStat  

Bisbee closed, inviting everyone to stay as long as they liked to listen to the entertainment. He reminded the crowd that Black and Blue Registrations would begin on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 -

  • 3:00 pm -7:00 pm Registration and distribution of team bags in front of Puerto Paraiso Mall.
  • 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Captains Meeting, Puerto Paraiso Mall. One team member must attend.
  • 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Opening Ceremonies begin. Flag Honors with Mexican Naval Escort, Mexican National Anthem, Pre-Colombian New Fire Dance, Lighting of the Tournament Torch, Japanese Taiko Drums, Music by Cabomax.