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.
It was all about ceviche this month with a nice selection of Pompano, Snapper, and Jacks
You don’t have to go far off the coast of Garza to find good-eating fish, proved by the Adventurer‘s results this month.
Great work by the inshore mastro, Captain David!
Rusty McClain, our new friend from Texas, stayed inshore on the 4th and boated a HUGE Cubera Snapper.
Tasty Snapper filets coming right up, along with a side order of sandwich-sized Dorado:
Brandon and Lindsay Overbay took to the Adventurer for a great day off inshore fishing on July 29, highlighted by a trio of MASSIVE Cubera Snappers:
They also nabbed a nice Rock Snapper, very similar to the Cubera but with a lighter shade of red and a different fin pattern.
Captain David is a fish catching machine and he can not be stopped on the 23-foot switchblade.
In late July Captain David was back in action with the 23-foot Adventurer performing excellently on back-to-back trips.
Client Arthur Leman brought home the ceviche with this bug Ponpano, then Josh Koren followed up with this sweet Snapper:
Great work by the pocket knife!
Anthony Johnson rocked the house on the Harvester with a hybrid inshore/offshore pair of trips for the memories.
These big mean Sailfish were hungry when Captain Alex found them, challenging Mate Kevin to bill and release them safely.
The next day they stayed inshore and gathered live bait for a deep water hunt:
In the afternoon they headed inshore and fought Snappers on spinning tackle.
What a haul by Mr. Johnson!
The Wanderer welcomed Nick Palumbo and his family for a great day of hybrid inshore / offshore action on July 15.
This big Cubera Snapper was scored early in the trip near to shore.
In the afternoon Captain William headed out to Sailfish City and found a swarm of high-flying Sailfish.
The Harvester delivered big Sailfish action on June 18 on a full day offshore adventure.
Mate Kevin performed brilliantly to safely bill and release these monsters unharmed.
Right at the end of the day, they wetted a line inshore an snagged this tasty Queen Snapper for the dinner table…nice way to end the day!
Art and Christine Jones knocked it out of the park on the 25th with a wide array of fish marking up the scorecard.
After nabbing this tasty Queen Snapper, the Wanderer headed offshore to hunt Sailfish.
They stayed cool with these new FishingNosara self-cooling hats, and that spelled trouble for these high-flying Sailfish.
The height of the day’s action was this triple hook-up, with all three Sailfish safely released:
Even with this full scorecard, the never-quit Captain William put the lines out one more time and nabbed another pair of Sailfish.