The Harvester keeps on rocking with a quartet of Sailfish releases on the 9th with Daniel Rivara’s group.
The hits came early and often, keeping the rods bent all day long.
After the flurry of billfish action, these anglers scored a double Dorado hook-up and brought both beauties to the boat.
Awesome job by these New Jersey anglers!
Joined by Carl Lindberg’s group, Captain Fico struck again on February 6 with a sweet Sailfish release.
Then the next day they followed up with three more Sailfish releases.
After three full days of fishing, angler Chuck Hanford saved the best for last with a MAMMOTH Rooster Fish release on his final day of action.
This monster is a legit 60lbs., proven by Captain Alex’s boca grip.
Great work by the mega panga to photograph and release this monster.
Captain David welcomed angler Carl Lindberg to the Adventurer on the 5th for a great day of fish harvesting.
These nice Red Groupers were backed up by an array of Yellowfin Tunas and White Tunas.
The Harvester delivered the goods with angler Chuck Hanford reporting an excellent Rooster Fish release on the 4th.
We catch and release these beauties year-round, but they seem to be especially aggressive this time of year.
The battleship Discoverer went on a two-way mission on February 3. Early in the trip they headed offshore to do battle with a pair of lovely Sailfish.
After the safe releases, Captain Carlos headed inshore for a super Rooster Fish release.
Our dear friend Jerome McKown continues to add to his FishingNosara Hall of Fame resume with a great day of action for his group on February 1.
After this sweet Sailfish release, these Texas anglers scored a nice Yellowfin Tuna with a baitcaster reel he brought from home.
Ryan McPherson had just about the best 5-hour trip you can imagine on January 31. First up is this big Blue Marlin release:
The blue water kept producing with an excellent Sailfish backed up by a tasty Yellowfin Tuna.
Amazing job by the battleship Discoverer.
Mike Fannin brought home the bacon with a wonderful Dorado score on the 31st.
Captain Alex reports that this beast tipped the scales at 35lbs.
Mark Cooney and George Pile ended the month with Captain Fico, and they scored two fish-of-a-lifetime…first up was this Striped Marlin:
The real monster was this gigantic Rooster Fish:
Amazing action on these trophy releases!