Captain William went for a quick sunset cruise with our buddy Freddie of Nosara Terratours and their friend Stephany Alvarez, and in no time at all they nabbed a nice 20lbs. Dorado for dinner.
The Wanderer welcomed back FishingNosara Hall of Famer Wayne Estes for a great day of fishing on November 25.
Wayne and Mauri Elledge started off with a double Dorado hookup and brought both monsters straight to the flagship.
More big Mahi Mahi kept the rods bend all day long.
As the sun went down a final pair of Dorados found the hooks and these Jacksonville angler brought them home.
Wayne Estes, Craig Sutton, and Mauri Elledge took the Harvester offshore on the 25th with this excellent Sailfish release:
The mega panga backed it up with another world-class Dorado on ice.
Great work by Captain Alex!
Craig Sutton and our old friend Roche had a wonderful day with Captain Fico which included a monster 75+lbs. Rooster Fish release:
Several sweet Yellowfin Tunas also found their way to the icebox. Great work by the barroom brawler.
On November 24 the big battleship hosted Michael Suhadolink and his posse for a fun 6.5 hour offshore trip, and they returned home with a fat bag of Dorado filets.
Great work by Captain Carlos and the Discoverer!
Captain Alex welcomed angler Lin Ahearn on the 23rd and stayed inshore. The highlight was this ceviche-ready Jack Crevalle:
The fun-loving Sloan Rogers group continued their hot fishing with more nice Dorado scores on the Discoverer.
John Egan and the boys were back in the mix on the 22nd, this time showing off their skills with several Sailfish releases.
Captain William kept them on the fish throughout the day, evidenced by this addition to the filet bag:
Wayne Estes and Mauri Elledge joined the unstoppable Explorer on November 22 and Captain Fico kept them on the fish all day long.
These big Yellowfin Tunas were backed up by a nice Dorado. Great work by the barroom brawler.
Jenny and Clifford Grohmann brought a really fun group of anglers down from Texas for a week-long fishing campaign, and got things going right away with lots of nice Dorados on deck.
These meaty Mahi will keep the group fed, but the highlight of the trip was this monster Sailfish release late in the day.