Bob Goins left the ladies at home for his second trip of the week and led the boys on a fishing mission to Sailfish City. Captain William found the fish and they hooked up a Sailfish right off the bat.
No gloves, huh Alex? It’s safe to say that First Mate Alex is in mid-season form with all the Sailfish releases this month!
These North Carolina anglers totaled four Sailfish releases on the trip.
Bob’s boys also added a pair of Dorados which should make the wives happy that the bacon is being brought home.
Excellent work as always by the famous Wanderer.
Richard and Jean Prowant found out just how effective Super panga fishing can be on March 18 with Captain David and Mate Kevin. These Moorehaven, FL-based anglers strutted their stuff with four Sailfish releases.
Also they scored two nice eating fish: a nice sized Wahoo early in the trip and a beefy Dorado on the back end.
This is the first of three scheduled trips on the Explorer for Richard and Jean…look out for more great action from these Floridians.
More nice inshore catches came on March 15 for Captain Carlos. These Dorados will make for some excellent filets:
Nice fish shopping on the Adventurer for John Green and his boy. These aren’t scale-tippers, but trust me that these White Tunas and Dorados look excellent on the dinner plate.
Nice work on the inshore half day by the unbeatable Captain Carlos and the Adventurer.
Captain David has blown down the walls of Sailfish City this season and the Super panga’s catch numbers are keeping pace with the bigger boats. His trip on March 13 with client Robert Wood featured five big Sailfish releases and a 50+lbs. Dorado on ice.
Mate Kevin is turning into a fish-handling machine; he brought these billfish in and out of the boat with the smooth skill of a Mate with twice his years.
Most amazing of all is that all this action came on just a 5 hour trip…who knows what could’ve gone down with a full eight hours?
Great work by Garza’s fastest rising stars: Captain David and Mate Kevin!
Matt Rich and his party joined the Super Panga for a half-day trip to the blue water, and immediately got the decks bloody with respectable 25lbs. Dorado.
With the appetizer on ice, the main course was served in the form of three big Sailfish releases.
Great work by Mate Kevin to wrangle these monsters for clean, safe releases.
Captain David is on top of his game and we can’t wait to see what surprises the Explorer has in store.
Fantastic action for FishingNosara Hall of Famer George Shipley on the Explorer. Waaaaaaay back in February 2011 Mr. Shipley earned enshrinement with the first double billfish day in the history on the then-new Super Panga.
Looks like he remembered the formula!
This double release was the highlight of the day that also featured a three solo Sailfish releases:
Plus a real nice Wahoo:
Add a late-day Dorado and you have a feast for the Hall of Famer.
Excellent work by Captain David and Mate Kevin to deliver the goods for this awesome angler.
Drew Honeycutt and his group hail from the Tar Heel State and discovered Nosara via the North Carolina Coastal Conservation Association.
They KO’d some nice Sailfish yesterday on the Wanderer, but didn’t score any tasty eatin’ fish.
Problem solved! What a nice Dorado…an authentic deck-scraper!
With the filets on ice, the boys got back to scoring Sailfish with three excellent releases.
Great work by the mighty Wanderer and these fine Carolina anglers.