Charles Upshaw overcame tough weather on June 20, but the Wanderer still delivered this big Needlefish.
Captain Alex showed his versitility inshore on the 23rd; after all, the Harvester is more than just and offshore weapon.
They nagged a big Rooster Fish and a juvinile; both were safe released as always.
The inshore aquarium yielded some exotic morsels. Rock Snapper, Needlefish, and a Gaguero all found they way to the ice.
The Harvester got it poppin’ on the 17th with a wide variety of filets on ice.
This group of European anglers offerend no quartor with catches of Dorado, Yellowfin Tuna, and the elusive Needlefish.
Captain William pulled double-duty on August 2. The morning 5 hour session featured this stunning Blue Marlin release by angler Scott Swanson.
High off of this amazing catch, the mighty Wanderer welcomed Martin Claurl’s family for a fun afternoon of rod-bending:
This group left the boat flush with Yellowfin Tuna filets, plus added this unusual Needlefish for the ceviche tray.
The end of the mighty flagship’s ten hour day was this send-off from a monster Whale (baleena en espanol). What a treat:
Captain William delivered the goods on June 6 with Robbie and Amy Danek’s group.
Multiple BIG Yellowfin Tunas were the headliners of this show.
For the sushi platter, they added this funky Needlefish to the mix:
Captain David is known for delivering unique catches for his clients. For instance, check out this 5 foot long Needlefish.
Angler Paul Harmon will be enjoying this shallow-water delicacy which is known to be world-class sushi meat.
The Adventurer continued to score in late July with a wide variety of marine life finding their way to the icebox.
This Needlefish was an odd surprise, but the ensuing Yellowfin Tunas have been par for the course this month:
Adding to the variety were these ceviche-ready Jack Crevalles:
The formidable fishing family of Captain Zack Gerzeny tried their hand at Extreme Panga Fishing on August 5 they returned to shore with some excellent variety on the scorecard.
The highlight was this monster Rooster Fish release, but they backed it up with some tasty Yella Fellas and a mean-mouthed Needlefish.
On May 23 Captain Vibert welcome a nice visiting family to the Cabo for a half-day trip and everyone had a great time. Check out this mini-Dorado caught by this mini-Angler. The Master Captain always delivers great trips for his clients big and small.
Most recently Captain Vibert welcomed client Adolfo Malavasi for a full day of fishing on the Cabo and they had a banner day. The first big catch was this amazing Needlefish on a slow trolled cedar plug.
Then things really started to heat up with a variety of Snappers and Tunas. This White Tuna is one of the tastiest fish in the sea and a tough fighting fish.
Realistically, we could talk all day about the Master Captain’s skills on the water, but how about we let the fishbox do the talking:
On December 28 client Eric was on board the Explorer with his sons and they had a fabulous amount of action. They caught five Black Tunas, five Jacks, and a feisty little needle fish.