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2017 Barbados International Game Fishing Tournament

The Barbados International Game Fishing Tournament will be held again this year at Port St. Charles from April 19-23, 2017. As always, we are thankful to all of our sponsors, who are always instrumental in ensuring that this tournament is a success each year.

Entry forms for the…

Posted on Apr 05, 2017 by Web Administrator
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2016 Barbados International Fishing Tournament Event Program (Port St. Charles, St. Peter)

March 30th, Wednesday - Registration

12.00 pm – 6:00 pm – Boat Registration
  5.30 pm – 6.00 pm – Captains Briefing- Located in North Section of Yacht Club
  6.00 pm – 7.00 pm -- Happy Hour Drinks

March 31st, Thursday - Fishing Day 1

6.30 am – Leave dock.
6:45am – Bimini…

Posted on Mar 03, 2015 by Craig Batstone
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Port St. Charles

Barbados International Game Fishing Tournament, April 2014

Barbados International Game Fishing Tournament, April 9-13, 2014

Dear BGFA Members,

The Barbados International Game Fishing Tournament will be held again this year at Port St. Charles from April 9-13, 2014.

We are thankful to all of our sponsors, who are always instrumental in ensuring…

Posted on Mar 07, 2014 by Craig Batstone
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Hook Up in St. Lucia 2011!

Hook Up in St. Lucia 2011!

Hi Everyone!

St. Lucia Tournament dates are Oct 19 - 23 CONFIRMED!!! At the IGY Marina, Rodney Bay.

Angler fee is US$200

If you can confirm your arrival and participation, this would be very helpful for everyone, especially the Marina.

Remember to use 'ESEACLEAR' to organize your arrival…

Posted on Sep 12, 2011 by Craig Batstone
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Random Ramblings

“Ocean Sawdust” or Sargassum?

As I am sure many of you who have been out fishing will have realized, the ocean surface has seen an unusual and unprecedented abundance of seaweed floating in sometimes large patches which are now washing up on shore. Please note that as suspected by many of our members, the recent…

Posted on May 25, 2011 by Craig Batstone
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