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.
The staff of Nosara Paradise Rentals got out on the water on August 28 to celebrate the end of another great fishing season.
They scored a good variety of fish, exemplified by the Yellowfin Tunas. El Jefe also nabbed this nice Snapper later in the day.
Great work by the best staff in Costa Rica.
After two solid days of offshore billfishing, the Captain Sergio group stayed inshore with clients John Martinez, Judy Martinez, Jerold Long, and Christine Long.
The strikes were constant over the eight hour trip with 13 Snappers caught along with other fun fish.
This nice-sized Rainbow Runner is certainly a tasty treat.
After loading up on Red Snappers (big and small), the crew hit paydirt with this 80lbs. Amberjack:
Everyone lined up to take a picture with this beastie.
Captain David welcomed Jose Soto of California for a wonderful day of inshore action, highlighted by these nice Snappers.
They also nabbed a Yellowfin Tuna for good measure.
Excellent work by the switchblade.
The Super panga welcomed client Kevin Poindexter for an inshore hunt, and he overcame this nice Queen Snapper.
This is a great fish, especially to find this close to shore.
The Explorer welcomed a great family for fun fishing action on the 18th.
This big Amberjack and Snapper score led to big smiles all around!
The Wanderer welcomed Anita Howard and her group for a lovely day of inshore action. A sunrise this beautiful was a great sign for the day.
The highligh was this mammoth Rooster Fish release, but they also went home with some great filets from this array of reef creatures:
Great work by the mighty flagship and these North Carolina anglers.
It’s the rainy season right now, but that didn’t stop Ron Lard and his team of Virginia-based anglers from braving the elements for three days, conquering a wide variety of inshore species.
Captain Alex and Mate Kevin performed fearlessly in the face of the rain, guaranteeing a fun, safe, productive run of trips.
Here’s what Mr. Lard wrote in an email:
“Just wanted to let you know that my group and I (weather not withstanding) had a great time in Nosara. The housing was clean, comfortable and well equipped. Your staff was pleasant and took very good care off us.”
“Although the weather didn’t cooperate with our stay, Cpt. Alex and Kevin managed to get us out the three days and found fish.”
“We all highly recommend your company.”
The Explorer snatched up a little bit of everything in mid-August. They pulled a double trophy release with this Sailfish and Rooster fish on the same trip:
Then they paired another Rooster fish release with a full fishbox of filets:
The Super panga is on a hot streak and continues to create converts to Extreme Panga fishing.