It’s A Wrap
The Tourney That Wraps Up the 2017 Season
2017 – Schedule of Events
September 21st 6PM -Pupus, Registration and Team Briefing at Hawaii Big Game Fishing Club.
September 22nd 7AM to 4PM – Fishing
September 23rd 7AM to 4PM – Fishing
September 24th 7AM to 4PM – Fishing
September 24th 6PM – Awards Party at Hawaii Big Game Fishing Club
For an old fashioned (printable) entry form, click here: 2017 it’s a wrap cash entry form
To review the It’s a Wrap Draft Rules, click this link: 2016 wrap rules draft 4
As this is the final event in the Series, it will be scored the same way that teams accumulate Series Points – which is how Top Boat, Top Angler and Top Skipper are determined:
200 Points shall be awarded for each blue or black marlin tagged and released.
100 points shall be awarded for each striped marlin tagged and released.
Zero points shall be awarded for spearfish or sailfish regardless of whether they are tagged or captured.
1 Point Per Pound shall be awarded for each blue or black marlin boated. However, a minimum weight of 400 pounds is required to qualify for Series points, regardless of Member Tournament minimum rule.
1 Point Per Pound will be awarded for each pound over 100 pounds for each Ahi weighed. Example: a 101 pound ahi will score 1 point. A 123 pound ahi will score 23 points
We will be updating the tournament entry forms and rules in the near future, so please check back often. Mahalo. All HMTS Tournaments abide by the International Game Fishing Association’s International Angling Rules – Rules for Fishing in Fresh and Salt Water. A copy of these rules is supplied to each team prior to fishing and is also available HERE>
Blue Marlin Tournament Winner on “Marlin Magic
Tournament Highlights – 2014
Angler Sean Takaki poses with Capt. Kenny Llanes and the cast and crew of “Vixen” with their marlin which won Largest Marlin and more at the 2014 Kona Classic. Below, David Atiz and Capt. Kenny Llanes with the second blue they weighed on day two of the Kona Classic. This fish laid claim to the purse reserved for the largest ahi, when no qualifying ahi were weighed. (Photo: The Charter Desk)