Harry Adams pulled a beautiful haul with solid inshore action on the morning of the 28th.
After this a huge Broomtail Grouper, the Explorer backed it up with a nice Rooster fish release.
Later in the week the Explorer welcomed Bill Laurie. They headed offshore and pulled off a nice Sailfish release.
John Horger scored the biggest Broomtail Grouper of the season so far on February 14.
Want a Grouper sandwich? How about a 10-foot party Grouper sub? We’ll have plenty of filets, thanks to the mega Panga Harvester!
After scoring offshore the day before, Captain Fico returned inshore and delivered this fat Broomtail Grouper for his clients.
Captain David knows how to put dinner on the table…check out this mammoth Broomtail Grouper scored by the 23-foot pocket knife Adventurer:
Thanks definately more than a few sandwiches!
The Explorer plumbed the inshore reefs for a pair of tasty dinner-time scores…the first was this excellent Cubera Snapper:
Then they followed up with a beefy Broomtail Grouper. Great work by Captain Fico and teh barroom brawler Explorer.
Nothing says “Welcome back to the water” like a tasty Grouper. The Explorer nabbed this tasty Broomtail Grouper on the first day of the new season.
A good sign for what will be a great season!
The Adventurer scored another unique catch with the first big Broomtail Grouper of the season.
Very nice and very tasty!
Our old pal Jay Thompson has been fishing on the Explorer since the inception of Super panga fishing, but on March 13 he let his visiting brother-in-law handle the fish catching duties. Captain Carlos took the Explorer offshore and found an amazing Sailfish.
Mate Fico had no problem handling this beast.
Later they added this small Broomtail Grouper to the fishbox. Excellent filets to go with the trophy release.
The Adventurer produced excellent results this month with a wide variety of catches. Check out just a sampling of the inshore morsels that the pocket knife pried up thanks to the moxy of Captain Carlos:
This Broomtail Grouper is definitely an exciting addition to the haul.
Yellowfin Tuna, big Dorado, and Wahoo may be offshore species where you come from, but with the nimble Adventurer these fish market scores can be had just 2 miles from the beach.
Of course a staple of our tasty fish rountine is the delectable White Tuna. These fellas rarely top 15lbs, but every ounce is filled with yummy goodness!
The Wanderer stayed inshore today as client David Schwertner had his sights set on big bottom fish. He is already in the FishingNosara Hall of Fame for some legendary catches on the Explorer late last summer, and he may just get in again based on this amazing catch:
Our new Poseidon rods were designed to withstand some big fishing action, and it is clear to say they passed this test:
That is one mammoth of a Cubera Snapper, even by our standards!
Add this monster to this nice little Broomtail grouper that he nabbed earlier in the trip and you got the receipe for lots of good-eatin’ for David Schwertner