Rick Yacowitz and his posse had a fun day on the Discoverer with great action both inshore and offshore.
These BIG Yellowfin Tunas were the fruit of their morning offshore, and in the evening they came inshore and scored this excellent Cubera Snapper.
Great work by these fun-loving anglers.
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 Fico closed out the month strong with a whirlwind of trips. The barroom brawler scored lots of nice Sailfish releases:
They also piled the fishbox high with great filets of Dorado and Snapper.
As always the most important thing is big smiles and fun times on the Explorer:
On February 20 the Explorer kept up the hot action with Mark Cooney and George Pile returning for more meaty filets.
This big Pompano will yield excellent ceviche; they also added a handful of tasty Snappers.
Captain David is known for delivering a wide variety of edible delights every time he hit the water.
The Adventurer scored a swarm of Permit, Snappers, and Yellowfin Tuna. Want to have ceviche, sushi, and filets all in one meal…get some bang for your buck and book the Adventurer!
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!
Our great friend George Shipley is back in Nosara celebrating the New Year, and this returning FishingNosara Hall of Famer had a great day with Captain David on December 29.
They had nice action on the reef with these Snappers, then trolled for a bit and scored these big Dorados.
Great work by the multi-faceted Adventurer!
Russell Thorsheim stocked up on filets on November 14. First up was a nice-sized Dorado:
Then Captain Alex parked the Harvester over a nice reef bite which yielded seven Snappers and two small Snook…very unusual to snag Snook this far off of the beach.
Captain Alex stayed inshore on the 3rd and bent the rods with bunch of Red Snapper catches.
Inshore or offshore, the Harvester is always on the fish.