The flagship Wanderer was stoked to welcome Texas anglers Jeff Kirk, Brad Taylor, Tyson Muenich, and Ashley Watson for a big day on April 14.
Excellent Sailfish release dominated the early part of the trip, which also featured this nice Dorado for the icebox:
They nagged a final Sailfish release later in the day. Excellent work by the mighty flagship Wanderer!
Legendary FishingNosara Hall of Famer Dennis Paul has returned to his favorite boat, enlisting Captain William and the Wanderer for a trip on April 9.
He brought some of his family along to get their first taste of blue water offshore action, and their beginner’s luck shone through with some early Sailfish releases.
The highlight of the trip was this monster Dorado; easily over 50lbs.!
Great work by Captain William and the flagship!
Tony Loff and his son enlisted the Explorer for a great day of offshore blue water action on March 30.
We got this nice email from Tony after the trip:
“Here are a few pics of the fish we caught with Fico and Johny. Those guys were awesome. They probably told you but we caught 2 sails, 2 mahi, and had 1 blue marlin and 2 sails chase the teasers to the boat.”
“Unfortunately they did not hit the throw back bait. We also lost 2 mahi. On a final note, the lunch was excellent. Thanks for the good time.”
Kathy and Steve Cartier finished off their record-setting week of fishing with a sweet Double Sailfish release on March 28.
After the tricky Double release, the big battleship also delivered a couple more Sailfish catches.
The send off for Team Cartier was this excellent Dorado; perfect for the end of week dinner!
Rob Young joined the flagship Wanderer on the 26th and they started the day off right with this nice Sailfish release.
The real monster of the day was this MONSTER Dorado.
Estimated well over 70lbs., this massive Mahi Mahi will keep everyone full for quite a while. Plus is was followed up by other nice specimens:
Ken and Brenda Russell and Larry Komenda and Misti Nolan switched over to the Discoverer on the 21st, and took their fish-catching ways with them. A couple of Sailfish top the scorecard:
Then this group of hungry Texans needs meat, so this Monster Dorado and elusive Wahoo will fill the refrigerator.
Check out this jealous bird scoping out their haul. Shoo, bird!
The Wanderer and angler Steve Putbrese put on a show on March 18 with multiple excellent Sailfish releases backed-up with some tasty Dorado for the dinner table.
The Dorados came in bunches with some double hook-ups.
Herb and Sally Pittman joined up with Captain Fico for an afternoon of inshore action on March 18.
The early bite consisted of Dorado and Jack Crevelle, and then Sally finished it off with a nice Cubera Snapper.
It’s easy to work up a hunger while catching big fish, but don’t spoil your Snapper dinner!