Captain David report some more fun inshore action from the sneaky switchblade in mid-May, highlighted by this nice Red Grouper.
Kate Haley and her friends had a productive half day with Captain William on the 31st. They started off with a nice Sailfish release offshore:
Then they moved inshore and boated some groupers, perfect for sandwiches.
Captain William delivers the goods, and in just 5 hours at that!
The Adventurer finished the month with another unbelievable Sailfish release.
Captain David delivered the unimaginable in the morning, and then in the afternoon did more standard Adventurer-things…delivering tasty filets for his clients.
Great job by Captain David!
Captain Alex kept the Harvester inshore on the 19th. Chris and Charlotte Keane followed up their brilliant offshore success with some very unique catches.
This Congrio is always a fun catch; this fish/eel hybrid yields a white lobster-like meat that is second to none. Also it provides a unique fight as it is one of the few sea creatures that can swim backwards.
The rest of the day was dominated by Red Groupers, excellent for sandwiches and a bunch of fun to catch.
Aussie angler Jeremy West knocked out some inshore monsters on January 8. The biggest scores of the day were these nice Dorados.
Also they filled the coolers with tasty Red Groupers. These inshore delicacies are a welcome treat and a sweet addition to the menu.
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.