domingo, abril 21, 2024

Two Los Cabos fishermen to join the Saltwater Fishing National Team


Two fishermen from Los Cabos, Lance Niederhaus, and Eduardo Tapia Alfaro, qualified for the Pan American Saltwater Championship by competing in a series of tournaments over the past few years. The championship will be held in Costa Rica from July 21 to 24, 2024.

The State Association of Fishermen of Baja California Sur is proud of the accomplishments of Niederhaus and Tapia Alfaro. They also announced that it has won the bid to host the 2024 World Fishing Championship. This event will attract the best fishermen from all over the world and will be a major boost to the economy of Baja California Sur.

One of these names may have sounded familiar to our avid readers from any of our latest issues. We at Destino are celebrating this announcement with special excitement. Our Investment Manager Lance Niederhaus is one of the fishermen who will be representing Mexico in the Upcoming PanAmerican Saltwater Championship!

Shore fishing is another popular sport in Baja California Sur. In November of 2023, La Paz hosted the national shore fishing championship. This event was a qualifier for the Pan American Games.

The 2024 World Fishing Championship to take place in Los Cabos

The success of Lance Niederhaus, Tapia Alfaro, and other Baja California Sur fishermen is a testament to the quality of fishing in the region. Los Cabos is home to a variety of fish species, including marlin, tuna, and dorado. The warm waters and abundant sunshine make Baja California Sur a year-round fishing destination.

The fishing industry is an important part of the economy of Baja California Sur. It generates millions of dollars in revenue and creates thousands of jobs. The state government is committed to promoting fishing tourism and protecting the marine environment.

The 2024 World Fishing Championship will be a major event for Baja California Sur. It will showcase the state’s natural beauty and its world-class fishing. The event is expected to attract thousands of visitors from all over the world.

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