FishingNosara Hall of Famer Dan Johnson returned to the Wanderer on the 28th for another round of blue-water billfish battlin’. They nabbed this beautiful Sailfish release:
Great fish handling by Mate Johnson to see this lovely creature swim away safely.
Captain William welcomed Dan Johnson for blue water battles on December 16. The day started with a healthy Dorado leading to fresh sushi and cold beer for lunch.
Later in the day the flagship nabbed more Dorados backed up by a nice Rooster fish release.
FishingNosara Hall of Famer Dan Johnson returned for another round of blue water action in mid-December. Check out this sweet Dorado score from the Explorer:
The legendary Dan Johnson rejoined the Wanderer for a billfish hunt on February 27, and along with his daughter Delaney Johnson scored a big Blue Marlin backed up by a nice Sailfish.
This monster weighs well over 300lbs. and is certainly a breathtaking achievement.
Delaney’s Sailfish was no slouch either, putting up a big fight on the way to a safe release.
Dan Johnson was back in the thick of the action again on January 19 with Captain Fico reporting a nice Sailfish release supported by magnificent Mahi-Mahi filets on ice.
Mate Jhonny slid over to the Super Panga for this trip and put his excellent fish handling on display.
Dan returned to the Explorer on the 21st and put a hurtin’ on this beefy Dorado:
Dan Johnson having fun again with his friends! The local legend was back in action on the 18th with Captain William on the Wanderer reporting four Sailfish releases backed up by a big Dorado.
Javier came along on this offshore hunt; the highlight was these challenging Double Sailfish hookups and releases.
The Dorado came late in the day and will definitely look good on the dinner plate.
Fantastic work by the mighty flagship Wanderer!
Captain William and Mate Jocxer welcomed Dan Johnson for a very productive day of offshore action. The highlight of the trip was this excellent Double Sailfish Release:
Nice to have Captain Fico of the Explorer along to lend an extra hand on this difficult fish-handling feat.
Later they had great success on a swarm of Yellowfin Tuna and Dorado: