Captain David fished every day from December 20 to the 28th, and scored a wide variety of great fish for his clients.
Yellowfin Tunas were in the mix, even though we aren’t anywhere close to their peak season. Its a great sign to see these football-sized Yella Fellas this close to shore, and this early in the year.
An array of Jack Crevelles and Rock Snappers made sure that ceviche would be on the Christmas dinner table.
Big Dorados have been in the area all month and while most boats found them 10 miles offshore, the crafty Adventurer nabbed several monsters that wandered too close to shore.
What a great start to the season for Captain David and the 23-foot switchblade.
Chuck Harris and his boys had a big day on the Wanderer with Captain William reporting lots of fun inshore action.
After this fat Jack Crevelle, the posse spent the day rounding up a pile of sandwich-sized Snappers.
Captain Fico show angler Bill Mendoza and his family a good time on the 10th.
They nabbed a nice variety of catches, highlighted by this nice Dorado.
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.
Captain David finished off the year with a wonderful haul of Yellowfin Tunas, Red Snappers, and lots of Yellowtail Snappers.
What an awesome performance by the inshore assassin!
Mario Hoffman’s group scored big inshore fish with the Explorer on February 11th and 13th.
Early scores of meat fish were welcome in the fishbox, and these Rooster Fish releases were also a thrill:
Also they nabbed one of the larger Rock Snappers that we have seen in a long time:
Great work by Captain Fico on the Explorer!
The Explorer snatched up a little bit of everything in mid-August. They pulled a double trophy release with this Sailfish and Rooster fish on the same trip:
Then they paired another Rooster fish release with a full fishbox of filets:
The Super panga is on a hot streak and continues to create converts to Extreme Panga fishing.
Brandon and Lindsay Overbay took to the Adventurer for a great day off inshore fishing on July 29, highlighted by a trio of MASSIVE Cubera Snappers:
They also nabbed a nice Rock Snapper, very similar to the Cubera but with a lighter shade of red and a different fin pattern.
Captain David is a fish catching machine and he can not be stopped on the 23-foot switchblade.