The Harvester stayed inshore with Clayton Laskowski and his posse for a great day of action.
According to Captain Alex’ trusty Boca Grip this Cubera Snapper clocked in at 38lbs. Then they nabbed a nice Queen Snapper:
A big Dorado wandered inshore and fell into the Harvester‘s web.
Lastly they scored this nice-sized Wahoo. Pretty sweet to go home with three different kinds of filets!
They also busted this Barracuda who was trying to steal from the pantry:
Time for refreshments after a long day of action!
The Super panga welcomed client Kevin Poindexter for an inshore hunt, and he overcame this nice Queen Snapper.
This is a great fish, especially to find this close to shore.
John Difilippo got into town a few days before the rest of his group, so before attacking the blue water on the big boats he chose to gather up meat fish with Captain David.
Nice scores of Yellowfin Tuna, Pompano, and Queen Snapper means that the Difilippo group will be well-fed upon their arrival. Excellent work!
Captain David scored this beauty with the Andre de Wit group on January 10:
Andre de Wit’s group of extreme panga warriors continued their amazing run of inshore action on January 7 with Captain David on the Adventurer.
The early day action consisted of several sweet Rooster fish releases.
The unquestioned highlight of this excursion was this monstrous Queen Snapper:
Andre de Wit’s group has split up between the Adventurer and Explorer to maximize their coverage of the inshore reefs.
Captain David and the Adventurer scored several Snapper and other tasty reef dwellers:
The also boated a big Jack Crevelle and two medium-sized Rooster fish releases:
Great work by the extreme panga fishing tandem and the fearless Andre de Wit group!
Captain Fico has been rocking and rolling on the 23-foot Adventurer this month. Check out these excellent catches:
From Queen Snappers to Jack Crevelle, Captain Fico has the inshore reefs dialed-in and is providing big smiles for his clients:
Captain Fico snagged a Rooster fish of his own on an off day in mid-August.
Nice “day off” for Garza Bay’s fastest rising star.