European angler Mr. Riboe is spending the week inshore with Captain David on the Adventurer. Check out this sweet Rooster Fish release from the 23-foot panga.
FishingNosara Hall of Famer and Northeast FishingNosara Representative Mark Cooney pulled off an amazing fishing feat with Captain David on January 18th…what, you’ve never battled a Sailfish on a 23-foot panga with a tiller-steered motor?
Then he grabbed a second Sailfish!
Backed up by lots of great Dorado, this is a picture-perfect day for the Adventurer!
Jeff Capen made history on the Adventurer on January 15 with the SECOND EVER Marlin release on the panga.
This Blue Marlin release is a magnificent achievement on any boat, let alone the sneaky switchblade.
They also nabbed a few nice Dorados for the dinner table.
Aussie angler Jeremy West knocked out some inshore monsters on January 8. The biggest scores of the day were these nice Dorados.
Also they filled the coolers with tasty Red Groupers. These inshore delicacies are a welcome treat and a sweet addition to the menu.
Captain David got the year started off right on the 23-foot Adventurer with angler Kirk Bromfield reporting a sweet Sailfish release backed up with several nice Dorados.
That’s right…down here you don’t need a big boat to catch big fish.
Awesome work by the 23-foot switchblade.
Captain David fished every day from December 20 to the 28th, and scored a wide variety of great fish for his clients.
Yellowfin Tunas were in the mix, even though we aren’t anywhere close to their peak season. Its a great sign to see these football-sized Yella Fellas this close to shore, and this early in the year.
An array of Jack Crevelles and Rock Snappers made sure that ceviche would be on the Christmas dinner table.
Big Dorados have been in the area all month and while most boats found them 10 miles offshore, the crafty Adventurer nabbed several monsters that wandered too close to shore.
What a great start to the season for Captain David and the 23-foot switchblade.
Our old pal David Little returned to Nosara in mid-November and these UK anglers had a big time on the Adventurer.
This big Dorado is an example of their great variety of edible catches that will look great on the dinner plate.
Captain David stayed busy in mid-November. The Adventurer nabbed some big Dorados and a nice Cubera Snapper.
Dinner is served, thanks to the sneaky 23-foot switchblade.