John Schimkaitis and Jared Cozart struck again on November 16 with Captain Alex reporting a pair of excellent Rooster fish releases backed up by a floor-sweeping Dorado.
Russell Thorsheim stocked up on filets on November 14. First up was a nice-sized Dorado:
Then Captain Alex parked the Harvester over a nice reef bite which yielded seven Snappers and two small Snook…very unusual to snag Snook this far off of the beach.
Good things came in twos on November 13th ad Captain Alex welcomed Russell Thorsheim for two Sailfish releases backed up with two Dorados.
Hubble Keller’s walk-off shot came on November 11th as the Harvester iced eleven big Dorados.
They all have good size to them, and were coming in so quickly that we had to pile them up on the deck as the next fish came calling.
It’s was a great week of action for Team Keller, and its no shame that their arms were so tired that Captain Alex had to pick up the slack as Hubble was on the wheel and the gaff.
Florida fishing legend Hubble Keller added to his reputation with another swarm of Sailfish releases on the Harvester.
Later in the day they found a big floating tree and spent the afternoon plucking Dorados out from underneath.
Jason Frelich returned for more blue water action on the 8th. Big Dorados were the name of the game, highlighted by these monsters:
The Harvester also nabbed a sweet mid-day Sailfish release.
Our great friend Hubble Keller closed down the season a few months ago on the Harvester with a strong Marlin release, and wouldn’t you know that he got things started this year with another one?
Hubble and the boys were just getting started as they backed up the Striped Marlin with some nice Sailfish releases.
For the dinner table they hooked up three big Dorados and put them on ice.
Great start for Hubble Keller and the mega panga!
Jason Frelich of Satellite Beach, FL is used to plying the nearby blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, but in early November his group found out what kind of monsters dwell out here in the Pacific.
Even this finch wanted to get a closer look at this beastie:
The biggest of these Yellowfin Tunas are easily upwards of 70lbs., meaning these boys will have plenty to eat this week.
Great work by Captain Alex and the awesome Harvester!
Captain Alex stayed inshore on the 3rd and bent the rods with bunch of Red Snapper catches.
Inshore or offshore, the Harvester is always on the fish.
Captain Alex and the mega panga continued to deliver Dorados at the end of October. Check out this sampling of sweet catches: