The battleship struck again on August 17 with client William Curley reporting this fine Sailfish release:
The Wanderer scored a floor-sweeper Dorado with client Randy Sullivan of Houston.
This whale of a Mahi is darn near the size of Texas and is a monument to Captain William’s prowess.
They also scored Sailfish for the trophy case earlier in the day:
Jacksonville angler Bill Weaver and his girlfriend left their mark on Nosara’s blue water on board the mega panga Harvester.
Early Sailfish releases got everyone’s blood pumping, then the afternoon brought a bevy of sweet Yellowfin Tuna.
Travis Alderson joined Captain Carlos on the Discoverer for an excellent half-day of action on August 16. Check out this nice early-morning Sailfish:
Later on they nabbed this nice sized Dorado for the dinner table.
Kelly Hondros scored big with Captain Fico on August 15, posting this excellent Sailfish release backed up by a tasty Dorado.
Captain William stayed strong through mid-August with more excellent Sailfish and Yellowfin Tuna action.
There were multiple Sailfish releases early in the trip.
Then later in the day the flagship scored dinner with this excellent Yellowfin Tuna on ice.
Ken Garlington brought his son along for a blue-water fishing battle on the Discoverer where the young angler bested this sweet Sailfish:
Great work young man!
South Carolina Outdoors’ host Bill Haire finished off his week in Nosara with a fish-filled day on the Wanderer.
Young Mr. Haire got the day rolling with a 15lbs. Yellowfin Tuna backed up with this feisty Sailfish release.
Bill’s cameraman finally got his chance on the reel, and performed brilliantly with a second Sailfish release:
Bill Haire got a lesson in Ballyhoo rigging from Captain David (on loan from the Adventurer in the Mate position).
Then put those Ballyhoo to work with another nice billfish battle.
This is a great finish to their week of filming and we look forward to sharing the finished episodes with the anglers of South Carolina and beyond.
Justin Cannon and his son had a memorable day of fishing on August 3.
This Yellowfin Tuna provided nice filets, while this Sailfish release is a great angling achievement.
August 3rd was a banner day for angler Peter Petrassi and his group. They scored Sailfish early and often.
These fish were fired-up and put our tackle to the test…this rod wasn’t up to snuff:
Mate Kevin was busy all day keeping these billfish under control and safely released.
Everyone got multiple shots at these wonderful pelagic behemoths.
To top it off they scored a double Dorado hook-up and brought home lots of nice filets for dinner.