Javier and some of the Nosara Paradise Rentals staff put up the “Gone Fishing” sign in the office and take the afternoon to enjoy some family fishing on the Wanderer.
Dario nabbed this sandwich-sized Dorado, and then Yosef boated a nice Cubera Snapper.
However the boys were beat out by this monster Snapper:
Meanwhile over on the Explorer Captain Fico celebrated his birthday with his young son bending a rod with this Yellowtail Snapper:
Great family fun for the staff!
Paul Duffy released a super Sailfish on April 23 on the flagship:
After the trip, our chief technician Marino came out to the Wanderer to replace the livewell pumps, and if you know Marino then you know he could return to shore without getting a hook wet:
Nice work if you can get it!
Javier and Marino took a little time off from running Nosara Paradise Rentals to ply the reefs off Garza with the Explorer.
After this early Rooster fish release, they loaded the fishbox with four tasty Snappers:
Great end to another great day in paradise!
Craig invited Javier and Marino along for his last day of fishing on the Harvester, and Captain Alex put them on the fish early and often.
Aside from this Double Sailfish release, they also scored several more Sailfish during the trip.
Great work by the mega panga!
The staff of Nosara Paradise Rentals took some much-deserved time off on the 26th to celebrate Marino, Alejandro, and Grevan’s birthdays. They joined Captain William on the Wanderer for an afternoon of inshore fishing and scored this sweet Rooster Fish release:
Later they enjoyed some tasty cake back at the campus.
Happy Birthday fellas!
Craig and Matty took a break from boat work to go fish-hunting on the Wanderer, and while they took turns missing Sailfish and losing Cuberas, Nosara Paradise Rentals Chief Mechanic Senior Marino scored this sweet Dorado.
Nice work Marino! At least someone around here knows how to fish.
Nosara Paradise Rentals GM, Fuppernos presidente, and Mayor of Nosara Javier Hernandez took to the seas today on the Wanderer.
Flanked by Chief Mechanic Marino, Driver Primero Freddy, and Mate Kevin (of the Explorer), Senor Javier released an awesome Sailfish just a few miles from shore.
Nice work by Mate Kevin on the rope-n’-release!
Javier’s got a family to feed, so after the trophy release he dropped a bait to the reefs and hauled in this big Cubera Snapper.
All in a day’s work for the Mayor!
Captain David is the lead dog when it comes to boat maintainace. He is on a hot streak this summer with the new panga boat and all the Explorer repairs finished in record time. So much so, that he took a few days this week to repaint the flagship Wanderer.
The Wanderer is on standby in Garza bay so naturally the staff at Nosara Paradise Rentals coerced Captain William and First Mate Alex to take them out for a little trip to the fish market.
The almost-finished rainy season has pushed a lot of felled trees down the rivers and out into the ocean; the Wanderer found such a trash line floating in front of Samarra about 6 miles east of Garza. With this much shade, any angler knows that green gold is hiding in the shadows.
Here are our two best drivers Fast Freddy (left) and Freddy Paloma (right) with a nice Dorado. Also our new office assistant Cynthia and our cheif mechanic Marino were on board for the mahi mayhem:
Great work by the Wanderer in keeping her craft sharp during the offseason.
Captain William was joined by Javier and Marino of Nosara Paradise Rentals for and end-of-year Yellowfin Tuna harvest. As we bring this epic season to a close, it’s super important to remember that the most important element of FishingNosara are the people.
A close second are the fish! Check out the girth on this, the largest of the 5 Yellowfin caught today:
It’s staff fishing day for the crew of Nosara Paradise Rentals as General Manager Javier Hernandez was joined by Marino and Grevan from the property staff for an inshore harvest on board the Explorer.
El Jefe helped break in our new set of Penn Spinfishers as the boys brought home a nice Cuberra Snapper, 8 Yellowfin Tuna (20lb.), 3 White Tuna (15lbs.) plus a small Dorado. This is the second time this week that Captain David has captured the four major meat species on a single trip and by the looks of these reports the Explorer may put the fish market out of business.
Great catches for some great guys, even Marcos is getting in on the fun!