The hits kept coming in late August as Captain David concluded a great season on the Adventurer with a great run of trips late in the month.
This big Red Snapper was complimented by an equally tasty Red Grouper:
While the big fish grab the headlines, there is also much to be said about a large number of smaller fish…check out this haul:
Fantastic work by Captain David and the 23-foot switchblade Adventurer!
Nick Lowe stayed close to shore on the 9th and scored a variety of yummy filets on board the Harvester.
This brightly-colored Rock Snapper was the catch of the day, and was backed up with a few nice Red Groupers and a Yellowfin Tuna.
David Kinney and the boys stayed inshore and filled the filet bag with two of our most tasty morsels.
These Congrios are a fish/eel hybrid which are a real challenge to catch. Did you know that these creatures have the ability to swim backwards?
Later on they boated several nice-sized Red Groupers, perfect for sandwiches.
Great work by the Harvester
Captain David welcomed angler Carl Lindberg to the Adventurer on the 5th for a great day of fish harvesting.
These nice Red Groupers were backed up by an array of Yellowfin Tunas and White Tunas.
Captain David finished the month strong with more great catches on the Adventurer.
After some nice Yellowfin Tuna scores with angler Russ Hampton (above), the switchblade pried up a groovy little Grouper and a curious member of the Jack family.
Cameron Card reports excellent action on May 15 with Captain David on the Adventurer.
Big Red Groupers were on the menu and the 23-foot switchblade was there to clean up the plate.
The amazing Adventurer continues to astound with another sweet Sailfish release.
Captain David has shattered expectations with his recent run of releases on the 23-foot switchblade. He also scored a wonderful Rooster fish release backed up by several nice Groupers on ice.
Good day of action for Bart Stephens and his family on the 30th.
The early scores were small Dorado and Red Groupers.
The late afternoon bite yielded a true whopper…check out this giant Cubera Snapper.