ROFFS™ Fishy Times Newsletter 31st Edition: Mid-Atlantic $500,000, White Marlin Open and Other Recent Tournament Results/Fishing Reports & Marine Debris

ROFFS™ Fishy Times Newsletter – 31st Edition – Mid-Atlantic $500,000, White Marlin Open and Other Recent Tournament Results/Fishing Reports & Marine Debris




Congratulations! ROFFS™ clients John Bayliss, Mike Atkinson, Brad Adam & crew take home 1st place white marlin in last week’s 2014 White Marlin Open (See Photo Above.)


2014 Mid-Atlantic $500,000 – Get Your Orders in Early!


Successful tournament fishing takes organization, planning, making the right decisions, and having good luck.  ROFFS™ will help your planning and execution of the fishing strategy that will increase your chances for hooking that big fish. At the very least our analyses allows you to have the optimum strategy for locating tournament quality fish as the oceanographic conditions change and to help select your fishing days.  As our recent winners at the Ocean City White Marlin Open were successful using the ROFFS™ fishing forecasting analyses, we know we will help put you on the fish. You do not have to use us to catch fish and win, but our clients have won 134 categories in the last 11 Mid-Atlantic 500  tournaments and this does not include the daily winners and other special money categories. We believe that our information provides the extra margin that helps you catch more fish. During last week’s Ocean City White Marlin Open our clients won eight major categories including the 1st Place White Marlin and 1st Place Top Angler. Already in 2014 our clients have won 256 major categories in 56 tournament and one state record (Texas blue marlin – 972.7 lbs.). Over the last 23 years and this year our clients have won 6591 major tournament categories.  ROFFS™ would like to help you have a successful tournament by using our Fishing Oceanographic Analyses every day.

We are studying the motion of the water from the Atlantis Canyon to Cape Hatteras. We are particularly watching the conditions from the Hudson Canyon to the Norfolk Canyon, especially between the Washington Canyon and the Wilmington Canyon where the blue water from the Gulf Stream eddy is controlling where the trolling fishing action is happening now.

Please click HERE to read more on how ROFFS™ can help you for the 2014 Mid-Atlantic $500,000 on our website…

Please click HERE to place your orders for your ROFFS™ analyses today for the 2014 Mid-Atlantic $500,000 Tournament…

ROFFS™ Hudson Canyon to Baltimore Canyon to Norfolk Canyon area analyses – August 11, 2014 (photo above).

Updated Catch Reports Section of ROFFS™ Website


Congratulations to ROFFS™ clients Douglas Howell & Doug Mazzullo fishng on the “Constant Threat” who won 1st Place Tuna in last week’s 2014 White Marlin Open (See Photo Above.)


Be sure to visit the section titled “Catch Reports” located under the “Insights” tab on our ROFFS™ website that will feature current catch reports from areas such as the Northeastern U.S., North Carolina/Hatteras, South Carolina/Georgia, Florida, the Florida Keys, the Bahamas, and the Gulf of Mexico.   We continue to post weekly updates in this category so please check back often.

ROFFS™ client Gordon Miller and crew fishing aboard the “Nimrod” with a nice 206.5 lb. bigeye  tuna caught last week in the Linkdenkohl Canyon while the White Marlin Open was taking place – unfortunately for these guys they were NOT fishing the tournament! (See Photo Above.)

Please click HERE to view last week’s catch reports…

ROFFS™ Recent Tournament Results

Congratulations to our recent tournament winners!

Ocean City White Marlin Open (MD): 1st Place White Marlin John Bayliss, Mike Atkinson & Brad Adam (Dream Time); 1st Place Tuna Douglas Howell & Doug Mazzullo (Constant Threat); 1st Place Top Angler Joseph Roberts (Love Boat); 2nd Place Tuna Captain Jimmy Werling, Jim Jensen, Mike Kalajain, Jeff Daniels & Gerry Connell (Plane Simple); 3rd Place Blue Marlin Captain Brad Wright & Robert Gaurini (Generation); 3rd Place Tuna Stew Hitchner, Greg Melara & Mark Reitter (Pez Machine); 3rd Place Top Boat Billfish Points & 3rd Place Top Boat Release Points Captain Jon Duffie, Jeremy Duffie, Chris Hornung, Billy Gerlach, Jonathan Duffie, Chip Matthews & Judith Duffie (Billfisher).

Tri- Sate Canyon Shootout (CT, NY, RI):  1st Place Most Billfish Release Points Robert Goodwin (Relentless); 2nd Place Most Billfish Release Points Ernest Audet, Captain Bobby Randolph, Mike Rathjen, Terry McCuroy & Tyler Brown (Lisa K); 3rd Place Most Billfish Release Points Mike Tucci, Mike Gallagher & Paul Scopinich (Rebel); 2nd Place Largest Dolphin Thomas Howd, Mike Howd, Steve Howd & Michael Vasconvitz (TOKATOMIST).

Texas International Fishing Tournament (TIFT): 1st Place Overall, 1st Place Blue Marlin & 1st Place Highest Offshore Points Bill Cannan & Joey Mahmound (No Compromise); 1st Place White Marlin Chase Carlisle & Captain Don Thrasher (Business Interruption).

Texas Legends Billfish Tournament: 1st Place Overall Bert Steindorf & Captain Kevin Scott (Bandit): 2nd Place Overall & 1st Place Largest Fish Weighed John Ramming & Captain Tommy Gueldner (Reeebecca).

Crosthwait Memorial Billfish Tournament (FL): 1st Place Offshore Division Brian Turner (Haulin Grass).

Mobile Big Game Fishing Club Ladies Tournament (AL): 1st Place Top Club Member, 1st Place Top Lady Angler & 2nd Place Catch & Release Bennett Long & Janie Long (Rebel); 1st Place Dolphin Chris Haley & Amy Snedeker (Skin Deep); 1st Place Wahoo Jon Pinney & Elizabeth McVean (Donny D III).

Congratulations to ROFFS™ clients Bennett Long & Janie Long fishing on the “Rebel” for their wins in the 2014 MBGFC Ladies Tournament. (See Photo Above.)

Please click HERE to view the newly updated 2014 winners list on our website…

Marine Debris – What We Know About Entanglement and Ingestion


New NOAA reports sum up the state of science on entanglement and ingestion.

The NOAA Marine Debris Program, in partnership with the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, published reports today that assess the current state of science on two marine debris impacts: ingestion and entanglement.

The reports examine existing scientific literature to determine what we know about these impacts, as well as gaps in knowledge and how they may be addressed.



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