Captain William and the Wanderer continue to reign as the King of Garza Bay, and in early March welcomed the return of big Dorados to the area.
A nice batch of Yellowfin Tunas has provided some variety to the fishbox.
Of course what offshore action would be complete without a few nice Sailfish releases?
Great work by Captain William and the flagship Wanderer!
Nick Lowe stayed close to shore on the 9th and scored a variety of yummy filets on board the Harvester.
This brightly-colored Rock Snapper was the catch of the day, and was backed up with a few nice Red Groupers and a Yellowfin Tuna.
The Explorer performed brilliantly on March 6 with angler Josh Elder’s group reporting strong offshore action. They released a nice Sailfish early in the trip.
They filled the fishbox with tasty Dorado filets later in the day. Great all-around action and big smiles for all.
The Harvester welcomed Alexander Dauwe for a great day of inshore action on the 5th, punctuated by a big Cubera Snapper catch and a nice Rooster Fish release.
The meat fish is great of course, but this trophy fish Rooster release is the angling accomplishment of a lifetime.
Captain David continues to produce inshore; take a peek at these tasty morsels put on ice in early March.
We were stoked to welcome Bill Haire and the Carolina Outdoors TV show early in thie year, and they have finally aired. Enjoy these great experiences from Nosara, Costa Rica:
Chris Armstrong and Brent Etlinger had a great time inshore with Captain William, headed up by this Rooster Fish release.
They kept the rods bent all day with variety of other reef dwellers on ice.
John Mader joined Captain Alex for a morning half day trip on March 1st and they brought home dinner in the form of this nice 35lbs. Cubera Snapper.
This size is right in the sweet spot for dense filet quality.
Great work by the mega panga!
David Kinney and the boys stayed inshore and filled the filet bag with two of our most tasty morsels.
These Congrios are a fish/eel hybrid which are a real challenge to catch. Did you know that these creatures have the ability to swim backwards?
Later on they boated several nice-sized Red Groupers, perfect for sandwiches.
Great work by the Harvester
Harry Adams pulled a beautiful haul with solid inshore action on the morning of the 28th.
After this a huge Broomtail Grouper, the Explorer backed it up with a nice Rooster fish release.
Later in the week the Explorer welcomed Bill Laurie. They headed offshore and pulled off a nice Sailfish release.