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Annual Lobster ban is in effect… Here’s why you should NOT eat or buy lobster until June 30th

The Dominican Republic, together with other countries from the Caribbean and Central America has banned its residents and visitors from fishing and selling lobsters – from the 1st of March to the 30th of June. This is why when you’re next out on your boat, at the beach, or in a restaurant – resist treating […]

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Ban on conch fishing and consumption has begun: July 1st – October 31st

While we celebrate the end of the lobster ban, which officially ended on June 30th, we alert you to forego the purchase, sale, and consumption of the conch (lambí). From July 1st through the 31st of October, various species of conch, mainly the queen conch, while also including the mule foot conch, the Santa María conch, […]

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Builder’s Choice leaves the rest in their wake at the 2019 6th Annual Casa de Campo Blue Marlin Classic

In a tournament marked by rough seas and windy squalls Captain Brent Gaskill from North Carolina guided his team aboard the 64’ custom Jarret Bay to a comfortable victory during the three days of fishing in the prestigious Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic 2019, first leg of the Dominican Billfish Triple-Header Series. But, […]

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3rd Marina Casa de Campo Open: March 14-16th

The third Marina Casa de Campo Open hosted by FlyZone Fishing is back and will be starting the second weekend of March. This fishing tournament is modeled off of Florida’s prestigious Reef Cup where Blue marlin, white marlin, sailfish and spearfish are eligible for catch and release.

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Congrats! Casa de Campo ranks once again in Top 10 Billfisheries of the Year!

Every year the The Billfish Report announces its Top 10 Billfisheries of the Year, and this year it has named Casa de Campo as #10! Criteria for the Top 10 include fish numbers, variety of billfish species, average size of fish, length of season and number of boats fishing. 

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Why you should say NO to Conch until October 31st

While we celebrate the end of the lobster, and crab ban officially ended on June 30th, we alert you to forego the purchase, sell, and consumption of conch. From July 1st through the 31st of October, various species of conch, mainly the queen conch, while also including the mulefoot conch, the Santa María conch, and various others are […]

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Announcing the 2018 CDC International Blue Marlin Classic Tournament!

The organizers of the annual Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic, along with executives of the event’s Title Sponsors Casa de Campo Resort & Villas and Associate Sponsors Marina Casa de Campo officially announced the 5th Anniversary 2018 edition of this prestigious tournament from April 18th to the 21st in the heart of the […]

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Casa de Campo Ranks #6 in the Top 10 Billfisheries of the Year 2017

Every year, the Billfish Report announces its Top 10 Billfisheries of the Year, taking into account fish numbers, variety of billfish species, reports, average fish sizes, length of the season and number of boats out fishing. According to the Billfish Report, “with over 9,000 Billfish Reports submitted to us in 2017 from around the World, […]

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Lobster ban ends, Conch begins! Now through October 31st

While we celebrate the end of the lobster ban, which officially ended on June 30th, we alert you to forego the purchase, sell, and consumption of conch. From July 1st through the 31st of October, various species of conch, mainly the queen conch, while also including the mulefoot conch, the Santa María conch, and various others are […]