Philip Rivera and his family joined Captain Alex for the beginning of a double-day of fishing on March 15. The morning half of the day was highlighted by this excellent Sailfish release:
Then in the afternoon Jasper Buchbauer came aboard for a Yellowfin Tuna rally.
Persistence pays, and this late-day monster proves that the best fish of the day is often the last fish of the day:
The Harvester and angler Eugenia Sefcik nabbed a beautiful trio of Sailfish on the 13th.
The fish were fired up and each angler got a crack a a big bad billfish.
Mrs. Sefcik actually nabbed two Sailfish, both beautiful monsters.
Patrick Brunosson and his posse returned to the Harvester two days later for more offshore fun with the scorecard showing two super Sailfish releases.
The second release was a true monster, easily north of 150lbs.
They also continued to fill their refrigerator with this tasty Yellowfin Tuna:
Patrick Brunosson returned to Nosara hoping to follow-up on his Yellowfin Tuna catches from earlier in the year, and this time the Harvester delivered the goods with great billfish action.
After two sweet Sailfish releases in the morning, Captain Alex set these boys up with a pod of good-sized Yellowfin Tuna.
Patrick Brunosson got the decks bloody on the Harvester with several Yellowfin Tuna catches:
The Harvester welcomed client Larry Grantham for a excellent day of fishing action, highlighted by a pair of awesome Rooster fish releases.
The first one was a whopper, but the second was also an excellent trophy fish.
Lynda Koehn filled the refrigerator with tasty Snapper filets, thanks to the effort of Captain Alex on the Harvester.
The mega panga had been hunting Cubera Snapper all week with Craig with lots of near-misses…looks like persistence pays!
Great work by the ‘Never Surrender’ Harvester!
Captain Alex proved his inshore prowess on March 2 with a great variety of catches.
A pair of Rooster fish releases highlighted the action, but this group also added a nice Red Grouper and the elusive Congrio…a rare catch in our area that yield the best meat in the Pacific.