May 15, 2017

Troy Smith, Michelle Urso, Gus Harrison, and Cheryl Bluerock scored a ‘fourfecta’ of Sailfish releases with Captain Alex and Mate Kevin on the Harvester.

Ms. Bluerock is a pro photographer and put some really neat filters on these shots.

They also brought home dinner with this awesome Yellowfin Tuna.

Great work by the mega panga!

May 11, 2017

Kip and Diane Warner had a big day on the Wanderer punctuated with a couple of fantastic Sailfish releases.


Diane wrote us an email: “All your Staff was the Best they could be! What a Great Company! Thank you All so much making our vacation Awesome!!!”

The billfish releases were certainly highlights, however throughout the day the flagship also scored a half-dozen small Dorados, leading to a full fishbox of filets:


May 7, 2017

The Wanderer welcomed Jason Matherne’s group and over a two-day span they put a hurting on the local Sailfish. Joined by Ed and Pat Harrington, this “Cajun Crew” could not be stopped

Looks like everyone got a shot at their own behemoth.

Nice fish-handling by Mate Johnson to see all these billfish safely released.


In addition to these monster trophy fish releases, the flagship also nabbed some straggling Dorados.

Here is what Patrick had to say in an email:

“Please pass on to everyone behind the scenes our thanks and gratitude. We (the husbands) had a killer time fishing with both Capt. William & Capt. Carlos … you too, Antonio! We look forward to another trip (the husbands) in the future.”


May 6, 2017

We are at that magical time of the season when the Dorados get scarce and are being replaced in the food chain by Yellowfin Tuna.

On his first day fishing client Floyd Teat caught a few straggling Dorados.

Then they notched the scorecard with a nice Sailfish release.

A few days later the telltale sign of feeding porpoises led the way to a school of Yellowfin Tunas.

A pair of Sailfish releases rounded out the trip for the Floyd Teat group.