February 5, 2017

Captain David welcomed some new friends from the nation of France for an action-packed five day campaign on the Adventurer.

It’s definitely a good sign to see these Yellowfin Tuna this close to shore.

Stephane Venant, Tim Capsek, and Camille Chombart we prepared for inshore battle; take a look at Stephane’s traveling arsenal:

Clearly the fish weren’t prepared for these hard-fighting Frenchmen!

Big Snappers were also lurking on the reefs, and they were no match for Stephane:

The week ended on a high note with this excellent Rooster Fish release…they had been looking for an elusive pez gallo all week and finally scored on the last day of fishing:

September 15, 2017

It’s the rainy season right now, but that didn’t stop Ron Lard and his team of Virginia-based anglers from braving the elements for three days, conquering a wide variety of inshore species.

Captain Alex and Mate Kevin performed fearlessly in the face of the rain, guaranteeing a fun, safe, productive run of trips.

Here’s what Mr. Lard wrote in an email:

Craig,

“Just wanted to let you know that my group and I (weather not withstanding) had a great time in Nosara. The housing was clean, comfortable and well equipped. Your staff was pleasant and took very good care off us.”

“Although the weather didn’t cooperate with our stay, Cpt. Alex and Kevin managed to get us out the three days and found fish.”

“We all highly recommend your company.”

Regards,
Ron Lard

August 3, 2016

Javier and some of the Nosara Paradise Rentals staff put up the “Gone Fishing” sign in the office and take the afternoon to enjoy some family fishing on the Wanderer.

Dario nabbed this sandwich-sized Dorado, and then Yosef boated a nice Cubera Snapper.

However the boys were beat out by this monster Snapper:

Meanwhile over on the Explorer Captain Fico celebrated his birthday with his young son bending a rod with this Yellowtail Snapper:

Great family fun for the staff!

July 29, 2016

Paul Reynolds took a victory lap on July 29 as his last day of fishing yielded another fish-of-a-lifetime for this Winter Park angler.

The new FishingNosara visor must have lured up a big one…Check out this MASSIVE Cubera Snapper he snagged early in the day.

After the inshore success, Captain William pointed the blue beauty off shore for another stroll through Sailfish City.

Here’s what Paul had to say on Tripadvisor:

“What a great trip! I’m an avid fisherman in Florida and the Bahamas, but this blew all of my other trips away. Everyone from Craig (owner / booking) to Matt and all of the captains & crew were great.”

“We fished 3.5 days and caught 26 billfish, 5 dorado (one at 60 lbs) and 16 yellowfin tuna… not to mention the cubera snapper, amberjack and other inshore fish. We fished mostly on the Wanderer, Harvester and Explorer. All were great, but my favorites were Capt William & first Mate Johnny (Wanderer) and the Captain Alex with first mate Kevin (Harvester).”

“We fished mostly ballyhoo with circle hooks offshore and all crews knew how to fish. Almost every captain spoke English too… which really helps. My favorite was when we found some bonito and slow trolled them for the marlin, larger sailfish and inshore for cubera.”

“Don’t be fooled by the rainy season… it produces offshore as well. Rooster fish were very hard to find and may be better other seasons. I do not hesitate in recommending this group for a great fishing trip.”

“If you are looking to fish large sportfish boats with A/C…. this is not your trip. But if you want to catch the same quality and quantity of fish for 1/3 of the price… this is the trip. I can’t wait to book my next trip!”

“PS – lunch was included for our trips and was fantastic. Cooked by the local ladies and in classic Costa Rica style. Water and fresh fruit included too… just bring the beer, the sunscreen and the gopro / cameras!!”

July 29, 2016

Brandon and Lindsay Overbay took to the Adventurer for a great day off inshore fishing on July 29, highlighted by a trio of MASSIVE Cubera Snappers:

 

They also nabbed a nice Rock Snapper, very similar to the Cubera but with a lighter shade of red and a different fin pattern.

Captain David is a fish catching machine and he can not be stopped on the 23-foot switchblade.