October 19, 2017

James Wills came to Nosara primarily to surf, but he brought some friends along for an afternoon half day with Captain Alex on on October 19th.

This big Dorado got the afternoon off to a hot start, and was backed up by a similarly monstrous Mahi-Mahi:

A third fired-up Dorado put Team Wills to the test but was no match for the Mega Panga:

After all these filets ended up on ice in the fishbox, a little finch perched on one of the anglers’ head:

This must have been a good omen, because a late day Sailfish strike put the exclamation point on this great fishing day.

Awesome work by James Willis and his posse!

December 28, 2015

Greggory Adamo and his group had a big fun time on the Wanderer with a feisty Marlin release and several sweet Sailfish releases on the scorecard.

After the Marlin release, everyone got there chance to fight a Pacific Sail.

Funny how big fish and big smiles always seem to go hand-in-hand!

All fish safely released by First Mate Alex and Mate Johnson…the perfect end to a great day of catching.

September 17, 2015

We love all out clients, but it is a special treat when we can welcome a professional charter captain and his group to our little stretch of blue water paradise.

Marvin Steiding brought the whole crew from his South Florida-based Reel Candy Sportfishing operation for a few days of blue water action on the Discoverer.

After some early success on Sailfish, they brought it inshore and scored big on Rooster fish.

This Pacific species is certainly a fun catch for these Jupiter, FL based pros.

They also added a few Dorados for the dinner table…great action all around for the Reel Candy team!

September 3, 2015

The Explorer finished of the month with a hot streak of great catches. This Marlin scored by Tyler Hawes is clearly the leader of the pack:

Then the barroom brawler started racking up Sailfish releases by the bunches.

It’s wasn’t just trophy releases being scored by the Super panga; Captain Carlos and Mate Kevin also filled up the icebox with Dorado and Yellowfin Tuna:

Also, local diver Gustavo Villalobos Jiménez took a quick ride out of the bay and dove down for a pair of tasty Langostas (lobsters):

Fantastic action from the baddest 26-foot boat in the country!