Our old friend Elizabeth Popp brought her boys along for a fun day of inshore action with Captain David.
The Adventurer delivered the good with this excellent Cubera Snapper backed up by a nice Dorado.
Looks like these growing boys will have plenty to eat this week!
Robert Ong swung by the CR office and booked the Adventurer on July 15, and despite the low price of the 23-foot panga this angler brought home a great haul of fresh fish filets.
If this pile went to the fish market, he would have come out far ahead on this charter. Amazing work by Captain David!
Kevin Stuber enlisted Captain David for an inshore fishing mission on July 11 and they scored big. The highlight of the trip was this lovely Cubera Snapper.
They also added a bunch of Tunas, including this nice Yellowfin Tuna and White Tuna.
Great work by the Adventurer!
The inshore assassin Adventurer continued to score major fish on July 10. Get a load of this MASSIVE Amberjack:
What an amazing fish…easily 80+lbs.!
Captain David then lead a tour of the fish market, loading up on Snapper, Yellowfin Tuna, and Dorado.
I don’t know if the IGFA recognizes an ‘Inshore Tasty Filets Grand Slam’, but if so this clearly qualifies.
The Adventurer brought yogis Josie and Celina up close to one of the most beautiful creatures in the ocean on the 31st.
This Rooster Fish release was the capstone of a thrilling 5 hour trip on the inshore panga. Great work!
The Adventurer welcome Chris Walcott for a morning half day and they walloped a GIGANTIC Amberjack.
This monster easily weighs over 60lbs. and will make for some fine filets; unlike their Atlantic Ocean brethren, the Pacific Amberjacks are great table fare.
Later on they also came face-to-face with a Shark.
This is as close as Captain David wanted to get to this mini Jaws, so they cut the line and let him swim free.
Mark Rogers fished several times on the bigger boats in late May, but his haul on the Adventurer outpaced them all in term of size and species diversity.
The highlight of the day was this Rooster Fish release.
Then they scored a monster Cubera Snapper. A great fight which yields great filets.
They rounded out the filet bag with some nice Yellowfin Tunas and a Yellowtail Snapper.
Great work by the 23-foot Switchblade.
Captain David is continuing his one-man war on the inshore species, with lots of great catches reported during the month of May. Check out these nice Yellowfin Tunas and Jack Crevalles:
The Adventurer also nabbed some of the more elusive Yellowtail Snapper:
And the excellent-for-sushi White Tuna: