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Bisbee's black & blue winners

The 43rd Bisbee’s Black & Blue fishing tournament was nothing short of spectacular, ending in a grand victory for the Rocky Mountain Hookers, who bagged a whopping $3.6 million prize! It’s like hitting the jackpot, but with fishing rods and a whole lot of skill.

Now, let’s talk about that winning Marlin. A massive 501-pounder! Just picture it: the sun barely up, the water calm, and bam – this huge fish takes the bait. The team managed to boat this beauty by 9:45 am on the second day, which is pretty impressive. It means that the Marlin bit almost as soon as their lines hit the water. Talk about being at the right place at the right time!

It’s moments like these that make the Bisbee’s Black & Blue tournament so legendary. Anglers from all over come hoping for that big catch, but the Rocky Mountain Hookers really showed how it’s done this year. Their early bird catch just goes to show that sometimes, luck is just as important as skill in fishing. Wonder who’ll snag the big one next year!

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Day of the dead celebration in
los cabos

Mexican holidays and traditions are deeply rooted in the nation’s culture and history; Even in the most popular destinations among foreigners you will find locals organizing large Day of the Dead celebrations. Unlike other cultures that mourn the passing of loved ones, the Day of the Dead celebration aims to honor them, allowing their memory to live on in those still present on earth. One of the most captivating facts about the

 Day of the Dead is the creation of colorful altars that can be seen throughout the city, especially in cemeteries and homes, adorned with candles, marigolds, sugar skulls, and the favorite food of the deceased. It is believed that the altars are the passage for the dead to return to earth to celebrate with their friends and family.


pGA tour Los cabos has a winner

Cameron Percyshot a 10-under-par 62 yesterday afternoon to win the first-round lead of the World Wide Technology Championship in Cabo San Lucas. The PGA Tour is being held at Tiger Woods’ first designed golf course, El Cardonal, at the Diamante development on the Pacific side of Cabo. 

Erik van Rooyen made a 16-foot eagle putt on the par-5 closing hole Sunday to win the World Wide Technology Championship.

Playing alongside Matt Kuchar at the Tiger Woods-designed El Cardonal at Diamante, van Rooyen played the back nine in 8-under 28 and shot a final-round 9-under 63. He finished at 27-under 261, two strokes ahead of Kuchar and Camilo Villegas.

Van Rooyen won for the second time on the PGA TOUR. The 33-year-old South African’s first victory came in the 2021 Barracuda Championship under the modified Stableford scoring system.

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celebrities spotted in los Cabos

Justin Timberlake has recently been spotted vacationing in Los Cabos together with his family.

The famous singer and author from Tennessee arrived here by private jet together with his wife, 41-year-old Jessica Biel, and his two kids, Silas who is now 8-year-old, and Phineas, now 3. 


As the designer for this week’s World Wide Technology Championship host layout, Tiger Woods is on hand early this week at Diamante’s El Cardonal course in Los Cabos, Mexico.

But Woods isn’t just merely in attendance, he’s walking down a huge flight of stairs – and seemingly with little effort.



Ironman los Cabos celebrates winners

This Sunday, November 5, from six in the morning, the seventh edition of the IRONMAN 70.3 Los Cabos began on Palmilla beach in San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur. More than 1,300 athletes from 46 countries gathered to compete for a purse of $25,000.

 Donna L. Jeffries, municipal director of tourism of Los Cabos, shared the results, highlighting the outstanding participation of Mexican, Canadian and American athletes, consolidating our municipality as an internationally renowned destination for high-level competitions and sporting events, generating a important economic benefit estimated at around 65 million pesos, distributed in hotel occupancy, restaurants, transportation, among others.

The results of the competition were as follows:

– Paula Findlay (Canada): 4:09:50

– Lisa Perterer (Austria): 4:14:46

 – Sara Pérez Sada (Spain): 4:20:55
 – Jason West (USA): 3:43:04

– Marc Dubrick (USA): 3:47:51

 – Jackson Laundry (Canada): 3:51:06
At the national level, Francisco Serrano (Mexico) was the first age category triathlete to cross the finish line, recording a time of 4:12:25.
Eduardo Pérez Sandi (Mexico) stood out as the first Mexican to finish the race with a time of 3:53:31, placing him in seventh place.
Pérez expressed his satisfaction at completing the competition and expressed his determination to continue working to achieve first place in future editions of Iron Man 70.3 Los Cabos

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