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CABO TUNA HALL OF FAME


What does it take to win the Cabo Tuna Jackpot? Each year is different but 200 pounders are common at the weigh-in and a 300 pounder is likely to be the winning fish. However, it did not work out like that in 2020 with a 210 pounder by Ole Ole taking the title.

What will 2021’s event bring? At one time a 300 pounder at the tourney was unbelievable, and it took 7 years for Team Ni Modo to do it, and three years later the Fisher Man accomplished the feat to set the tourney standard of 383 pounds which still stands.

Since then, there have been five more super cows. The 200 pounders are now fairly common. In 2019 ten 10 fish over 200 pounds this year topped by Team Sirena’s 345 pounder, third biggest ever, were brought to the scales; The Sirena yellowfin in 2019 was the sixth 300 pounder in the event’s history; Santana’s 291 pounder in 2019 was also added to top 10 best-ever catches. None from 2020 made it onto the list.

Nov. 3-6, 2021 is another chance at making the Tuna Hall of Fame.



THE BIGGEST tuna in the event's history remains the Fisher Man's 383 pounder, caught in 2009.
RankWeightBoatYear
1)383 poundsFisher Man2009
2)372 poundsEstrella Del Norte2012
3)345 poundsSirena2019
4)338 poundsEstrella Del Norte2017
5)318 poundsNi Modo2006
6)305 poundsJudy Judy2017
7)298 poundsTu Corazon2016
8)293 poundsDona Meche2014
9)291 poundsSantana2019
10)274 poundsReel Quest2016

Top 10 Tuna Catches for 2020

RankTeam #WeightBoat/Team
1)73210 poundsOle Ole
2)67209 poundsRocky Mountain Hookers
3)136202 poundsCuandero
4)77186 poundsTail Chaser
5)53175 poundsBurro
6)60126 poundsChampy II
7)39116 poundsReel Cast
8)148104 poundsBaja Jerky
9)121110 poundsLaguna Madre
10)10081 poundsHooray