Client Jeff Denesyk joined the Wanderer for a half day trip on March 16 and scored two trophy fish from both ends of the aquatic spectrum.
This pair of Pacific Sailfish releases was an early morning surprise. Captain William doesn’t waste any time getting to the fishing grounds!
After a safe release, the Wanderer headed inshore where Jeff scored an excellent Rooster fish:
Another live release by First Mate Alex is the icing on the cake. Great work by the flagship!
Ken and Brenda Russell hail from upstate New York and we were stoked to get them some much needed fun in the sun. Their last trip to Costa Rica was during our legendary late-August bite and saw them scored a single-day record of Marlin releases on the Explorer
This time the mighty Wanderer also treated them to multiple trophy fish releases. They started the day inshore with a hefty Rooster Fish release:
Then Captain William headed off-shore and got them out in front of a pack of hungry Sailfish.
The Sailfish were starving for bait and First Mate Alex was more than happy to feed them some fat ballyhoo with a side of 9/0 circle hooks!
Everyone on board got a release and it was all big smiles for the Russell group.
The Wanderer posted a great all around day on March 9 with some early Sailfish action off-shore.
All quickly caught and safely returned by First Mate Alex.
Captain William brought the flagship near to shore in the afternoon where they posted great results on Rooster Fish.
The Wanderer changed things up on March 4 by staying inshore and plying the reefs just outside Garza Bay.
A nice Rooster fish release was the first fish of the day, safe released like always.
Fast on the heels of this pez gallo release was another Rooster fish, this one much bigger than the first.
The third Rooster was the biggest of them all…check out the fight in the feathered fish!
Near the end of the trip they boated this MASSIVE Amberjack.
Great inshore action on the famous Wanderer!
The Rooster fish bite has been out-of-hand this season, and the Wanderer has been there to snag ’em.
Bill Elms scored this wonderful Rooster release to add to his scorecard for the week.
Recently the barroom brawler pulled up a stool to the legendary reef at Pincha Padre and knocked out all comers.
This beautiful Rooster fish release is certainly the highlight of the haul.
Later in the day they scored a nice-sized Cubera Snapper for the dinner table. Excellent tasting filets on the way!
Not saying that we are in cahoots with the fish, but if you buy a FishingNosara hat we might put in a good word for you!
Mike Hartley broke in his new FishingNosara Hat with this sweet Rooster fish release. There are many lures that will tempt a Rooster fish, but none as effective as the ‘new hat lure’
Seriously though, nice work by the Wanderer and Mike Hartley.
Captain Fico has the Adventurer dialed in and has been scoring a wide variety of inshore species for his clients.
On January 26 the 23-foot switchblade pried up this nice Yellowfin Tuna:
Tuna was on the menu again on February 3. Look at these nice Yella Fellas:
A beautiful score came on February 12 with an excellent Rooster fish release:
That same day he scored a nice pair of Tunas for the dinner table.
Great work by Captain Fico on the unbeatable Adventurer.