February 6th was a day for the staff of Nosara Paradise Rentals to have some fun out on the water. General Manager Javier Hernandez, Cumi, and NPR Concierge Numero Uno Manuel took a sunset cruise on the Wanderer and hauled in a whole mess of fish, included a baby Cuberra Snapper…they returned the little fella to the blue water, but even as a youth it fought like a tiger. It’s great to see our wonderful staff have a great day out on the water!
On January 31 Senora Richmond Phipps (a Nosara legend for her wisdom, spirit, humor, and awesome fishing skills) celebrated her birthday on board the Wanderer and reeled in a very nice Dorado. Also, Javier was on the reel catching his first Pacific Sailfish.
Pura Vida Richmond!
Longtime friend and client Scott D’Arrigo joined Craig Sutton and the crew of the Wanderer for a very memorable day of fishing on January 30th.
With Craig in command of the cockpit and Scotty on the reel they pulled in this massive Sailfish…Craig brought the big fella into the boat himself, a first time for him with a Pacific Sailfish.
On January 25th, 26th, and 27th the Wanderer was honored to welcome Captain Kevin Faver, his wife Carrie, and the crew of The Outdoors Show for a few days of fishing and filming. Kevin and Carrie repeated last year’s success by catching four Dorados and releasing seven Sailfish.
Also Kevin released one of the nicest Rooster Fish of the year so far. These episodes should air soon, so keep an eye on this report for airtimes and channels.
Client John Dalton with one of his many Dorado catches. Great job John!
January 22 was a fantastic day on the Wanderer with Craig landing a 65+lbs. Cubera Snapper, a 10lbs. Yellowfin Tuna and two 10lbs. Black Tunas. In addition they managed to raise five Sailfish.
We gotten to the point where we can get these Cuberas pretty much whenever we want…we’ve perfected a tactic that you can adapt in your home waters. Check it out: FishingNosara.com Tactics
January 18th Gina Carbone and her cousin with their respective Dorados.
The Wanderer welcomed Mikaela, Abby, and friends for an excellent sunset cruise.
These girls are from Middlebury College (VT) and are teaching English at the Nosara Library for free. Joined by Manuel they caught a couple black tunas and lost a big fish. They also were delighted by a huge school of dolphins. FishingNosara supports the local schools and we are pleased to see such nice young ladies providing this valuable service to our community.