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Timothy Mueller signed up with the
Discoverer for blue water action on the 23rd, and the battleship delivered the goods with this nice Sailfish release:
The rods stayed bent into the afternoon, with reports of nice Yellowfin Tuna and Dorado scores.
Excellent work by Captain Carlos!
Craig Sutton bests two blue water beasties on April 22. Both safe released as always by Captain Alex. VIDEO
Captain Alex delivered the good on a late-afternoon 2.5 hour trip with angler Tillman Saylor reporting a great Rooster Fish release.
That’s an amazing score in such a short time. Great work by the
On April 19, Graeme Rockett kept up the streak of great inshore action on the
Harvester with a sweet Cubera Snapper and followed in up with a nice Rooster Fish release.
With dinner filets in the icebox, the mega panga added to the trophy case with this excellent release:
New Jersey angler Danny Azzato and his daughter knocked it out of the park on their first day fishing on the
Explorer. A nice Roosterfish release started off the trip.
Then in the afternoon they headed offshore and loaded up on big Yellowfin Tunas.
Looks like dinner is served for these Garden State anglers!
Dan Bowman brought his kids along for a very memorable day of fishing with Captain William on the 19th.
Check out what Dan had to say:
Craig, Best fishing trip EVER — and I got to enjoy it with Chloe and Sophie, my 4.5 year old daughters! William and Johnny were the best. We fought through a slow morning with a huge Cubera snapping off on the reef to landing 3 Sailfish in the early afternoon (the first two being a double hookup which was super exciting) to be followed up with a monster Dorado on the way home. My girls had the best time ever, as did I! Memories to last a lifetime. Thank you and your crew for being so accommodating! Can’t wait to come back and go out again! HUGE THANKS! Cheers, Dan Bowman
April 19, 2018
The big battleship
Discoverer stayed on the job in late April, with Captain Carlos reporting an excellent Sailfish release on the 19th.
Best of all this beast was tracked down and released on just a 5 hour trip.
Miriam Schroers’ family enjoyed all that our inshore fishery has to offer with an amazing performance on April 18.
After an excellent early-morning Cubera Snapper score, these anglers corned a medium-sized Wahoo who drifted a little too close to shore.
It’s unusual to catch a Wahoo this close to shore, but with Captain Alex it’s quite normal to score a nice Rooster Fish release.
Great work by Captain Alex and the
Javier scored again with more great action at the Nosara River Mouth. This Snook and Jack score means filets and ceviche, respectively.
Captain Alex kept the
Harvester close to shore on the 17th and scored big.
Kerri Handrigan’s group nabbed the first Rooster fish release came early in the day, and a second found the hooks just before noon.
The third and final Rooster Fish came calling at 1230pm, right before the end of the trip…Three nice trophy releases in just a five-hour trip!