Alberto Bradley’s "Cristina" reels in victory

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Despite the cloudy skies, the Blue Water challenge had the participation of 13 boats and a total of 40 anglers who embraced the fishing challenge on Sunday, October 13th over the Pan American holiday. And just after the horn sounded for the official weigh in, it was evident that Alberto Bradley’s monster shark stood a good chance to take the grand prize, here is a recap of the results.

This 200 pound bull shark was the biggest fish caught.
Alberto Bradley onboard “Cristina” took top boat honors.
Biggest Sailfish caught by Leonardo Bradley onboard “Flor”.
Vernon Wilson caught the biggest wahoo.
The Bradley’s with their trophy and their grand prize of a 14foot skiff.
James Ritchie hands over prize to Wilson.
James hands over prize to Miss Flor.

Blue Water Challenge first place plaque.
Maritza Bradley took home first place for the Calcutta bidding.

Be sure to read more on this story in Thursday’s edition of The San Pedro Sun Newspaper!

The winning shark weighed 202.5 pounds and proved difficult and very heavy to handle. Check out the video below:


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