Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Brady Bunte Los Cabos Fishing

The Los Cabos fishing tournament will return to Cabo San Lucas this month for its 38th year of historic tournament fishing. This year will be a very special year to remember as it is be the first year since its founder has passed.  

It all started back in 1981and the tournament has grown from six teams with a purse of $10,000 to more than 160 teams with several millions of dollars on the line. In 2006 the Los Cabos had its largest overall cash payout of $4,165,961. This was, and still remains, the largest payout in sportfishing history!

The Los Cabos Fishing Tournament changed my life. I have fished the tournament every year since 2001 with the exception of only missing 2 years, 2016 & 2017. I won 1st Place in the Los Cabos in 2003 and I was the first angler to break the million dollar mark for the highest tournament payout in excess of $1,000,000. I held the world record for the single highest payout on a Blue Marlin from 2003 to 2017. The marlin weighed 565lbs. I also won 2nd place in 2001 with a 465lb Blue Marlin. Our fishing team even caught the attention of Wall Street… see “CNN Money- Big Marlin, Big Money, Brady Bunte” “One business owner’s idea to make extra money for his fuel dock has grown over the past 25 years into a $4 million, world-class fishing tournament. So, as you can imagine I am very excited this year after taking a 2 year break to get back into the fighting-chair and to break some more fishing records. 

This year’s tournament is expected to exceed 150 fishing teams and the total purse to exceed $4 million dollars. 

It is hard to describe if you’ve never experienced it. It’s five days of organized chaos with top fishermen from all over the world and full of hard-core excitement. With the beautiful and lively city of Cabo San Lucas as the backdrop, thousands of people crowd the marina walkways to shop, party and watch huge fish being weighed in at the scales in front of the Puerto Paraiso Entertainment Plaza. This is a once in a lifetime experience you’ll never forget, whether you take home memories or millions! 


Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Brady Bunte – Business Equipment Financing

Brady Bunte – Business Equipment Financing: Brady Bunte of iFinancial Group specializes in business equipment financing. For over 23 years iFinancial has been an industry leading, nationwide equipment finance company.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Tres Sietes Tequila

Brady Bunte Takes Tres Sietes Tequila to a Whole New Level

Brady Bunte is excited to announce that he will be adding a “7 Year Anejo Extra” to the Tres Sietes Tequila Brand. Elegant, Flavorful and Superior. These are the benchmarks set by the Tres Sietes Family to create an unparalleled experience. We have now been aging our Anejo Extra in Scotch Whiskey barrels for over 7+ years.  The regular Tres Sietes Anejo which is aged for 1.5 years is already a highly rated “94”, Ultra-Premium, award-winning Tequila. Brady Bunte and his Master Distiller have shared the same passion of wanting to release the best Anejo Extra that has ever hit the market.  I personally, truly believe that this is some of the best tequila that has ever been made. “You start off by pouring this very special Anejo into a crystal snifter or wine glass, Bunte said.”   First, you swirl it around and watch the gorgeous, rich creamy texture and fine legs come down the side of the glass like a very fine wine. You put your nose on it and it has the bouquet of a fine cognac and the finish of the smoothest and best-flavored tequila you have ever tasted in your life!  It is absolutely hands-down the best tequila that I have ever tasted, and it could possibly score a perfect 100! Tres Sietes 7 Year Anejo Extra will be released in late 2018 and will be limited-edition hand-numbered bottles.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Brady Bunte- “It’s Tequila Time!”

Brady Bunte, President & CEO of Tres Sietes Tequila would describe himself as Creative, Entrepreneurial and Driven.   He’s always open to new ventures and Tres Sietes Tequila has proved to be creative one since its inception.  His entrepreneurial days began with the founding of ‘Cabo Chips”, initially a non-profit designed to give back to the community of Cabo San Lucas, a place that he visits regularly.
Bunte says that what vodka was for the 90’s, tequila is for the present. Gone are the days when drinking tequila involved the face wincing salt, harsh shot and sour lime ritual. Today the process has evolved like a fine wine and he’s very passionate about it.  Tres Sietes is uniquely smooth, low methanol content and strong hints of blue agave has lead to his next launch of Extra Anejo, a 7-year tequila aged in Scotch Whiskey Oak barrels retailing for about $150. Averaging 50-60 hours per week while making deals at 1 or 2 a.m. is actually quite typical because the world of tequila never sleeps.
At the moment, Brady Bunte is focused on building the brand. Patience is key.  It took 4 years of trial and error just to get the juice in the bottle and 3 years to develop national distribution.   The tequila itself has been highly rated by Tasting Panel with the silver a “92”, Reposado 92, and the Anejo “94”.  Tasting Panel Magazine is a highly respected to the trade magazine.
Bunte has also connected with the world renown artist “Wyland” and produced an artist series bottles “Dolphin Playground”, “Shark Reef” and “Penguin Emperor”. These bottles were specifically designed for the Tres Sietes Brand.
Bunte says an entrepreneur needs to have a long-term vision 5-10 years out. It’s this vision which keeps his spirits high for the future.