On April 19, Graeme Rockett kept up the streak of great inshore action on the Harvester with a sweet Cubera Snapper and followed in up with a nice Rooster Fish release.
With dinner filets in the icebox, the mega panga added to the trophy case with this excellent release:
Miriam Schroers’ family enjoyed all that our inshore fishery has to offer with an amazing performance on April 18.
After an excellent early-morning Cubera Snapper score, these anglers corned a medium-sized Wahoo who drifted a little too close to shore.
It’s unusual to catch a Wahoo this close to shore, but with Captain Alex it’s quite normal to score a nice Rooster Fish release.
Great work by Captain Alex and the Harvester!
Rick Yacowitz and his posse had a fun day on the Discoverer with great action both inshore and offshore.
These BIG Yellowfin Tunas were the fruit of their morning offshore, and in the evening they came inshore and scored this excellent Cubera Snapper.
Great work by these fun-loving anglers.
Bridget Cunningham’s family squeezed in a quick 2.5 hour sunset trip with Captain Fico, and in this short time still scored big.
This Cubera Snapper was the highlight of the trip which also included some nice Jack Crevalles.
Daniel Kraft and his family had a great day inshore on the 26th, highlighted by this sweet Cubera Snapper catch.
It’s always a thrill to see young anglers score big. Great work by Captain Fico and the Explorer.
The Harvester welcomed Alexander Dauwe for a great day of inshore action on the 5th, punctuated by a big Cubera Snapper catch and a nice Rooster Fish release.
The meat fish is great of course, but this trophy fish Rooster release is the angling accomplishment of a lifetime.
John Mader joined Captain Alex for a morning half day trip on March 1st and they brought home dinner in the form of this nice 35lbs. Cubera Snapper.
This size is right in the sweet spot for dense filet quality.
Great work by the mega panga!
This month Captain Alex has really set the bar high when it comes to inshore jigging.
He kept up the great results on February 19 with this amazing Cubera Snapper.
Wonderful work by the mega panga!
Hiro Toma continued his campaign of catching fish of a lifetime with this mega Cubera Snapper on January 22.
You think these guys will eat well this week?
What do you think happened to all these filets? Well Hiro and the boys took advantage of the local restaurants and their world-class culinary skills:
The action on December 31 was a little slow in the morning on the Explorer, but angler Steve Mears showed his dedication with this late-day Cubera Snapper.
Our inshore reef is always ready to deliver a day-saver like this monster. Great perseverance by Mr. Mears and Captain Fico.