1. Saltdog Media TRAILER

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    • Gordo Banks, freediving and silkies

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      Fun freediving at the dive site Gordo Banks, in Cabo san Lucas/Los Cabos area .Baja california Sur, Mexico. Gordo Banks is a sea mount situated 7 miles offshore, the reef lies down at a minimum depth of 35m/115ft. It is famous for pelagic encounters. A small group of siky sharks, Carcharhinus falciformis, were checking out the divers. August 19th 2014. Buceo a pulmon, Gordo Banks/Punta Gorda. Diving with Manta Scuba http://www.caboscuba.com/en/ For advanced freedivers , freediving trips to Gordo Banks can be arranged with Manta. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silky_shark https://www.facebook.com/freedivingCabo?ref=hl

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      • Sailfish 9 aug 2014

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        Sailfish off St Lucie Inlet in 900+ feet of water.

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        • México Pelágico | Trailer (2) Español

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          PROYECCIONES A partir del 30 de octubre en Cinemex. 20 ciudades de México. http://cinemex.com/pelicula/1745/mexico-pelagico FICHA TÉCNICA Título: México Pelágico Tiempo: 64 minutos Año de Producción: 2013-2014 Producción: Pelagic Life & Calypso Films (México) Exposición: Festivales, licencias educativas y exhibiciones en comunidades selectas Formato: HD 1080 23.98, Blu Ray, XX Idioma: Español & Ingles Website: http://mexicopelagico.org SYNOPSIS Mientras el equipo de Pelagic Life está persiguiendo la corrida de la sardina en el mar abierto de Baja California, se topan con una cruda operación de pesca de tiburón que despierta un cambio radical en el pensamiento del grupo. Partiendo de su concepto original de documentar los impresionantes fenómenos de la vida marina, transforman su misión para dar a conocer la vida marina en México, mientras desarrollando medios de vida sostenibles para los pescadores de tiburón con el fin de preservar este ecosistema crítico y delicado. México Pelágico es la historia de un emparejamiento improbable de intereses. Está claro que al nadar junto a tiburones, pez vela, ballenas, tortugas y hasta cocodrilos, tu perspectiva nunca será la misma. México Pelágico invita al público a empaparse con los majestuosos tesoros oceánicos de México, para inspirar y fomentar el respeto y conservación a través del ecoturismo. CARTA DEL DIRECTOR México tiene un ecosistema olvidado: la mega fauna en el mar abierto. Esta colección de vida marina compuesta de tiburones, mantas, picudos, delfines, ballenas, tortugas, entre otros, encuentra en aguas mexicanas una variedad de amenazas y oportunidades. En el mar de México existe la explotación desmedida de algunas especies y en algunos casos santuarios gigantescos e historias de éxito. Pero el verdadero problema es el olvido completo ante el tema. México es privilegiado porque tiene la congregación más grande de tiburón ballena y gran tiburón blanco en el mundo. En los mares de México ocurren sucesos únicos como la congregación de pez vela y marlín rayado mientras devoran bolas gigantescas de sardinas. Pero también, México es uno de los países con mayor exportación de aleta de tiburón en el mundo. Esto son solo pequeñas pinceladas que ocurren en el mundo que hemos decido termina en la orilla del mar. México Pelágico es un documental que intenta enseñar una pequeña capa del mar abierto mexicano ilustrando los acontecimientos negativos y positivos que existen. Es un producto que condensa tres años de exploración, aprendizajes y esfuerzos en pro al mar abierto mexicano a través del esfuerzo colaborativo. Creemos que podemos y debemos proteger el mar abierto mexicano sustituyendo la pesca descontrolada con el ecoturismo susentable en colaboración con la comunidad local. Es la intención de este largometraje empapar al público con el esplendor marino en México y que el público se sume a la lucha por proteger el ecosistema más olvidado y hermoso de México. SOBRE NOSORTOS Pelagic Life (http://pelagiclife.org) una organización sin fines de lucro mexicana, titulada Protección y Conservación Pelágica AC Misión: Generar conciencia y protección sustentable sobre la biodiversidad marina de México, uno de los países más megadiversos del planeta. Visión: Explorar y documentar la vida pelágica produciendo imágenes de alta calidad.Concientizar al público sobre el estado actual de la vida pelágica y los retos que enfrenta. Promover el desarrollo sustentable de las comunidades que dependen de la vida pelágica. CRÉDITOS Dirección: Jerónimo Prieto Producción: Jorge Cervera Hauser Edición: Rodrigo Palacios Narración: Jose Lavat / Nick Smith Productores Ejecutivos: Miguel Sánchez Navarro, Alejandro Martinez Vertiz, Jeronimo Prieto, Jorge Cervera Hauser Fotografía: Jerónimo Prieto, Jorge Cervera Hauser, Erick Higuera, Eric Cheng, Jeff Liton , Eduardo López Negrete Música Original: Eugenio Riveroll, Álvaro López PIncheti, Josefono L Telefono Mezcla de Audio: Vasilis Milesis Director de animación: Mike Uriegas Corrección de Color: Francisco Iñigo, Jorge Cervera Hauser Diseño Grafico: Antonio Sabater, Pita Leon de la Barra Guion Narrador: Carlos Dragonne Entrevistas: Ana Lagos, Carlos Céspedes, Rodrigo Friscione, Rene Martinez, Eduardo Martinez Vertíz, Gearado Nasser, Ignacio Armida, Jorge Cervera Hauser, Santiago Martinez Vertíz, Sylvia A. Earle, Erick Higuera, Mauricio Hoyos, Eli Martinez, Gabino Zarabia, Javier Salas, Jorge Loria, Alberto Friscione, Erick Cosío Verdugo CONTACTO info@pelagiclife.com

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          • Mexico Pelagico | Trailer (2) English

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            TECHNICAL DETAILS Title: México Pelágico Time: 64 minutes Production Year: 2013-2014 Production: Pelagic Life & Calypso Films (México) Format: HD 1080 23.98 & BluRay Language: English & Spanish Website: https://www.mexicopelagico.org SYNOPSIS While the Pelagic Life team is chasing the elusive sardine baitball in the open ocean near Baja California, they stumble upon a crude shark fishing operation that sparks a seismic shift in the group’s thinking. Departing from their original concept of documenting awesome sea-life phenomenon, they transform their mission to creating awareness of Mexico’s sea-life while creating sustainable livelihoods for the shark fishermen in order to preserve a delicate and critical ecosystem. Mexico Pelagico is the story of an unlikely pairing of interests. It is clear that once you swim alongside sharks, sailfish, dolphin, turtles and even crocodiles, your perspective will never be the same. Mexico Pelagico invites the audience to engage with Mexico’s rich and majestic oceanic treasures, to be inspired and awed to take up the mantle of respect and conservation through ecotourism. LETTER FROM DIRECTOR Mexico has a forgotten ecosystem: the mega fauna in the open ocean. This collection of marine life includes sharks, rays, billfish, dolphins, whales, turtles, among others, and in Mexican waters they encounter a variety of threats and opportunities. There is over-exploitation of some species and yet massive sanctuaries and success stories exist out there. But the real problem is the complete oblivion of the general public to this particular topic. Mexico is privileged because it has the largest congregation of whale sharks and great white sharks in the world. In the seas of Mexico unique events occur, such as the unusual congregation sailfish and striped marlin to devour huge sardine bait balls. However, Mexico is also one of the countries with the highest export of shark fins in the world. These are just tiny strokes of what is happening in the world we decided ended at the shoreline. Mexico Pelagic is a documentary that tries to show a small layer of the open ocean in Mexico illustrating the positive and negative events that occur. It is a product that condenses three years of exploration, learning and collaborative efforts in pro of the Mexican open ocean. We believe we can and must protect the Mexican pelagic ecosystem by replacing uncontrolled fishing with sustainable ecotourism in partnership with the local community. It is the intent of this film enlighten the public with the majestic splendor of Mexican marine life and incite the public to join the fight to protect the most forgotten and beautiful ecosystem in Mexico. WHO ARE WE? Pelagic Life - http://www.pelagiclife.org/ We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness and sustainable protection of the marine biodiversity of Mexico, one of the most diverse countries on the planet. Vision: Exploration, awareness and promotion: Explore and document high quality images of open ocean marine life in Mexico. Educate the public about the current status of pelagic life in Mexico and the challenges it faces. Promote the sustainable development of communities that depend on pelagic life and encourage the responsible consumption of marine species in Mexico. CREDITS Director: Jerónimo Prieto Producer: Jorge Cervera Hauser Editor: Rodrigo Palacios Narrator: Jose Lavat / Nick Smith Executive Producers: Miguel Sánchez Navarro, Alejandro Martinez Vertiz, Jeronimo Prieto, Jorge Cervera Hauser Photography: Jerónimo Prieto, Jorge Cervera Hauser, Erick Higuera, Eric Cheng, Jeff Liton , Eduardo López Negrete Original Score: Eugenio Riveroll, Álvaro López PIncheti, Josefono L Telefono Sound Design: Vasilis Milesis Animator: Mike Uriegas Color Correction: Francisco Iñigo, Jorge Cervera Hauser Graphic Design: Antonio Sabater, Pita Leon de la Barra Narrator Script: Carlos Dragonne Interviews: Ana Lagos, Carlos Céspedes, Rodrigo Friscione, Rene Martinez, Eduardo Martinez Vertíz, Gearado Nasser, Ignacio Armida, Jorge Cervera Hauser, Santiago Martinez Vertíz, Sylvia A. Earle, Erick Higuera, Mauricio Hoyos, Eli Martinez, Gabino Zarabia, Javier Salas, Jorge Loria, Alberto Friscione, Erick Cosío Verdugo CONTACT info@pelagiclife.com

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            • Team Tenacious- 2014 Texas Center Console Shootout

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              2014 Texas Center Console Shootout- Presented by Pelagic.... Located at Surfside Marina in Freeport Texas. Largest Tuna- 67.4lb & heaviest aggregate totalling 192 points.

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              • TX Center Console Shootout 2014

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                Lone Star Fishing Company's fishing in the 2nd annual TCCS from Surfside, TX. Target species - Wahoo, Mahi, Yellowfin Tuna. Tournament sponsored by Pelagic and Surfside Marina. 3rd Place Overall

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                • Kauai Fishing June 2014

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                  A couple of great days worth of trolling for Yellowfin Tuna and other Pelagic fish off the coast of Kauai in June of 2014. Captain- John Kutkowski, Crew- Ryan Rubio, Kyle Hepburn, Britt Sanders. Filmed with a GoPro Hero 3, and edited with the GoPro application. The fish on the video are Yellowfin Tuna (ahi), Wahoo (ono), and Dorado (mahi mahi). All three boats (Radon, Bertram, Glasspro) are owned and operated by John and Bob Kutkowski of Napali Sea Breeze tours, and Anini Fishing Charters and Tours. For charters call (808)828-1285, and check out the website: http://www.napaliseabreezetours.com/. Music: Song:"Never" Artist: The Green Song: "Hele on to Kaua'i" Artist: Israel Kamakawiwo'ole. Filmed and Edited by Ryan Rubio

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                  • 06/15/2014 SolmarV Trip Report

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                    For the last time this season the SolmarV bound for the Socorro Islands. We didn't receive a warm welcome at the island of San Benedicto were we started the trip. Due to a storm that had just passed over the island we dove the first 2 days in green and cold water. When we moved on to Roca Partida that was immediately forgotten as we spend 3 wonderful days with near perfect conditions at the rock. Lot's of marine life including massive bonita schools, sharks and manta rays made it kind of hard for us to imagine spending the next 4 months without any of these creatures. Back at San Benedicto we ended the season with extremely entertaining mantas, dolphins and even a whale shark. However the highlight of the trip was clearly at Roca Partida when we came across an old friend, just unbelievable is all I can say - check it out. I hope you guys enjoyed the time aboard the SolmarV and don't forget to tune back in in November for the new Socorro season opener... BEST REGARDS - ADIL

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                    • Cabo Summer Slam Fishing Tournament 2013

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                      Check out the highlights from the Cabo San Lucas summer slam fishing tournament 2013.

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