Paul Reynolds and his posse took Sailfish City by storm with Captain Alex leading the way for a landmark day of billfish releases.
The highlight was this wonderful Double Sailfish release, expertly coordinated by Mate Kevin in the cockpit.
After the double, the Sailfish got charged up and lined up for their turn to be released.
Great consistent action all day for the Harvester.
They even added some meat for the fishbox with a handful of Yellowfin Tunas:
The Harvester welcomed Aaron Golub on July 21 and they capitalized on the recent insurgance of hard biting Sailfish.
Captain Alex scores again backed up by a clean safe release by Mate Kevin. Great work!
Anthony Johnson rocked the house on the Harvester with a hybrid inshore/offshore pair of trips for the memories.
These big mean Sailfish were hungry when Captain Alex found them, challenging Mate Kevin to bill and release them safely.
The next day they stayed inshore and gathered live bait for a deep water hunt:
In the afternoon they headed inshore and fought Snappers on spinning tackle.
What a haul by Mr. Johnson!
The Harvester had two fun days as this young anglers hauled in one of the best Yellowfin Tuna hauls of the season:
Later in the week they scored this excellent Sailfish release:
Raul Arteaga and his family are a fun-loving bunch of anglers from the Lone Star state, and they had a big time on the Harvester with Captain Alex.
After several awesome Sailfish releases, the Mega Panga came inshore and bested this excellent Cubera Snapper.
The Harvester welcomed Joe Garcia and his family for an excellent day of offshore action in mid-July.
The kids were all over these big Sailfish release…great work by these young anglers!
Not wanting to leave empty-handed, this group also nabbed some tasty Yellowfin Tuna filets for the dinner table:
Phillip Jones bought the heat with Captain Alex on the Harvester on July 13.
The big Pacific Sailfish were hungry and hard charging early in the day.
Mate Kevin did get to bill these monsters safely and quickly, ensuring all safe releases.
Looks like they caught nearly a dozen big billfish on this trip!
The last one of the day was arguable the highest-flyer…look at this dance this one put on for the crew:
Captain Alex got on a hot streak in mid-July with a wide array of sweet specimens. There was nice inshore action, especially on Rooster Fish:
It’s not just trophy releases; this is tasty whopper of a Cierro Mackeral: