IT’S A WRAP
The Tourney That Wraps Up
The 2022 Season
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.
2022 – Schedule of Events
September 1st Registration
September 2nd 7AM to 4PM – Fishing FRIDAY
September 3rd 7AM to 4PM – Fishing SATURDAY
September 4th 7AM to 4PM – Fishing SUNDAY
For an old fashioned (printable) 2022 It’s A Wrap Cash/Check Entry Form, click here: 2022 WRAP Cash
For 2022 It’s A Wrap A Rules, click here: 2022 WRAP Rules
To access our 2022 HMTS General Rules, please click here: 2022 HMTS General Rules
To register, please download and complete the necessary forms listed below, then select a payment form according to your preferred method of payment. Mahalo.
For both online and paper entries, please download and complete the Liability & Publicity Waiver, which can be found by clicking here: 2022 HMTS Liability and Publicity Release
And the Covenant Release: Trop. Covenant Release
For paper entries, please download and complete the Team Entry Form, which can be found by clicking here: 2022 HMTS Team Entry. (Online entrants will fill out this information electronically at the time of their registration).
|CREDIT CARD – Register Online:
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|CASH/CHECK – Register Online:
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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.
Congratulations to Ihu Nui II with the Largest Marlin of the Tournament!
Angler David Andersen, Captain David Borges, and Crew Member Michael Sunada pictured below with their 607.5 lb Blue Marlin!
Jennifer Carter weighed the Largest Blue of the tournament: a 619.5 pounder! Capt. Jeff Khal led her to this fish on board Piper, and when combined with a tag by Wayne Jenkins, led his team to 2nd Place in the Wrap Tourney!
We will be updating this page with forms, rules, and other tournament updates in the near future, so please check back often. Mahalo.