March 13, 2014

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.

March 9, 2014

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.

March 8, 2014

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.

March 2, 2014

Mitch and Jami Price returned to the Wanderer and stepped their game up big time!

Four more Sailfish releases were added to the scorecard, including one high-flying monster for Jami.

They added some meat for the dinner table with this fine Dorado later in the trip.

Great work by these Florida anglers and of course by the crew of the mighty Wanderer.

March 1, 2014

Ross Jordan is a tough-as-nails fisherman from Kansas, and based on his performance this week you’d think that there were blue water breaks in the middle of sunflower fields back home.

They started the day off right with a pair of Sailfish releases, then set there sights on delicious dinnertime Dorados.

Great work by the crew of the mighty flagship and these fine anglers from the Jayhawk state.

March 1, 2014

The Adventurer produced excellent results this month with a wide variety of catches. Check out just a sampling of the inshore morsels that the pocket knife pried up thanks to the moxy of Captain Carlos:

This Broomtail Grouper is definitely an exciting addition to the haul.

Yellowfin Tuna, big Dorado, and Wahoo may be offshore species where you come from, but with the nimble Adventurer these fish market scores can be had just 2 miles from the beach.

Of course a staple of our tasty fish rountine is the delectable White Tuna. These fellas rarely top 15lbs, but every ounce is filled with yummy goodness!