The Harvester hosted a great group of guys from Europe for a four-day firefight with big Pacific Sailfish.
They scored over 30 Sailfish in the course of the four full days.
That’s an average of more than one fish per hour for four straight days.
Great fish handling by Mate Kevin means that each specimen was safely released. We look forward to seeing these monsters again soon.
Amazing work by Captain Alex and the Mega Panga.
Fun family-style fishing for the Harvester on the 4th!
The mega panga delivered five Sailfish releases for this great group; everyone on board got a release of their own.
Not to shabby for just a five hour trip!
The Harvester continues to grow her reputation as a fish fighter, starting the month strong with an excellent trip on April 3.
After a quick Sailfish release to start they day, the mega panga hit paydirt with a sweet Double Sailfish release.
The action stayed strong with two more releases to round out the day.
Safely handled as always by Mate Kevin:
The Harvester put on a show for a great group of anglers early in the month.
The first Sailfish came calling around 9am and the bit didn’t cool off until the day was done.
The highlight was a sweet Double Sailfish releases, flawlessly executed by Mate Kevin.
Excellent hunting by the up-and-coming superstars Captain Alex and Mate Kevin.
The Harvester hosted an all-ages fishing frenzy on March 30 with lots of Sailfish release by some young anglers.
Kudos to Dad for making sure these kids gain an appriciation for angling at a young age.
The unstoppable Ken Russell continued his two week fishing adventurer with a wonderful inshore / offshore day with Captain Alex on the Harvester.
They started out with a fine Rooster fish release, then moved offshore to tackle a big Pacific Sailfish.
You gotta love being this close to the blue water, and having a boat that can score two wildly different trophy releases in a single day.
Andrew Oblinger and his kids nailed a few nice Rooster fish on an afternoon half day with Captain Alex on the Harvester.
All Roosters were live released, just the way we like it.
Our old buddy Chuck Darner returned to Garza Bay to take the newly-launched Harvester for a spin and he managed to nab an excellent Sailfish release.
Great job by this legendary Jacksonville, FL angler.
James Constable is a tough-as-nails Tampa, FL area angler who is no stranger to big catches offshore and near shore.
On March 5 Captain Alex got him going with several nice Rooster Fish releases.
In the afternoon they put away the spinning rods and headed offshore about 10 miles where the Sailfish were stacked up and hungry.
Great work in the cockpit by Mate Kevin to coordinate this high-flying action.
The Harvester booked a short 2.5 hour afternoon trip on the 4th, but that was plenty of time to knock the Rooster Fish off of this client’s bucket list.
A fish of a lifetime for some, but just quick work for the Mega Panga!