On May 21 Mark Rogers scored on the battleship with a nice Sailfish release backed up by a big Dorado.
See if you can tell which half of the fish was on ice and which half wouldn’t fit in the cooler:
Nice trophy release AND filets for the dinner table? All in a day’s work for the Discoverer!
Mark Rogers got his week started right with Captain Alex reporting multiple Sailfish releases on May 20.
The second Sailfish release was a high-flying beast that put the Harvester to the test.
In addition to the trophy releases, the mega panga nabbed a boatload of Yellowfin Tunas. Great eats ahead for Mark Rogers and his posse.
Karen Lawrence and her group of fun-loving Texas anglers got their week in Nosara off to a fast start with this excellent Sailfish release on the 20th.
They also filled-up the refrigerator with Dorado filets, thanks to this nice catch:
Captain Alex kept the coals burning on May 17 with this sweet Sailfish release:
After the billfish was swimming free, the Harvester followed the dolphin schools and snagged dinner in the form of fresh Yellowfin Tuna.
Jake Jump and the Discoverer knocked it out of the park on the 16th with a great day of offshore action.
It started with this nice Sailfish release, then loaded up on tasty Yellowfin Tunas.
Great work by the big battleship!
The Wanderer kept the good times rolling on the 16th with a pair of sweet Sailfish releases.
Excellent fish handling by Mate Johnson complimented Captain William’s boat mastery to keep these fights short and sweet.
This is a great time of year because you can catch Yellowfin Tuna one day and Dorado the next day, all using the same tactics and same spread.
These big Dorados are a welcome addition to the dinner table.
Of course any trip on the Harvester isn’t complete without a sweet Sailfish release.
Excellent work by Captain Alex!
Captain William welcomed James Pfluger and his posse for a fun day of offshore hunting on the 13th, and they ticked the scorecard with a nice Sailfish release.
Awesome work by the mighty flagship!
Captain Alex welcomed anglers Paul Arthur and Ricky Kay for a four-day fishing mission, and early on in their adventure they ran into some hungry world-class billfish.
This high-flying Blue Marlin was the highlight of their first day on May 12, which also featured three Sailfish releases.
Excellent hunting by Captain Alex and safe fish handling by Captain David (on loan from the Adventurer) means that these big boys will be around to be caught again in the future.
Great job by the Harvester!
The Discoverer welcomed a fun-loving group led by angler Lynsey Wheeler for a productive half day of action on May 10. A nice Sailfish release got things rolling:
Then a nice haul of Yellowfin Tunas rounded out the day.
Filets on ice and a trophy release for the scrapbook…all is a half-day’s work for the big battleship Discoverer.