Morgan Trible has done it again! He earned his third enshrinement to the FishingNosara Hall of Fame on July 19 with a ridiculous 5 Sailfish released on the Wanderer. The action started early and never stopped with released reported at 9:30am, 10am, 11:30am, 1:16pm and 2:30pm.
We’ll let the pictures do the talking:
This action can only be described as World-Class, and the performance turned in by Morgan Trible, Richard Harris, and the rest of the group is cer
We bid farewell to Morgan for now, but we know that it won’t be long until this Virginia-based Hall of Famer is back in Nosara to experience more of the best sportfishing in Costa Rica.
Richard Harris and Morgan Trible enlisted the mighty blue Wanderer for their second of three trips and the offshore harvester was ready for work; however the legendary Captain William would not be along for this trip as he recently suffered a cut to his foot.
The doctors say he will be back in action in no time, and until then the helm of the Wanderer is being manned by her long time First Mate.
Captain Alex Moreno brought along Carlos of Explorer / Adventurer fame and these two young guns put on a show for Morgan and his dad. First up was a awesome Dorado estimated to weigh 30lbs.
Close on the heels of the tasty Mahi was an equally scrumptious Yellowfin Tuna also tipping the scales north of 25lbs.
With dinner accounted for, Alex and Carlos set out the billfish spread and like clockwork a powerful Pacific Sailfish came tearing through the spread just after 1pm.
Richard Harris kept the line taut as Alex spun the Wanderer into the evasive fish. Carlos kept things in order in the cockpit and Mr. Harris released his first-ever Pacific Sailfish at just after 1:20pm.
Great work as always by the crew to keep this fish calm and unstressed for another safe release!
Morgan and Richard have one more full day on the Wanderer so lets keep our fingers crossed for continuing great action.