Virgil Russell and Javier spent a nice morning at the Nosara River Mouth in late February. As usual, Rey Robalo summoned one of his loyal subject to the throne.
Everyone know the the Hernández family is synonomous with FishingNosara. That’s why is was a great honor to welcome Maria Montiel Hernández for a fun fishing vactaion in late January.
Over on the Explorer, Maria nabbed a nice Yellowfin Tuna.
She also had fun at the River Mouth as Javier aka Maria’s cousin aka Rey Robalo brought two more Snooks under his domain.
Javier aka Rey Robalo marked the new year with this excellent Snook release on the Rio Nosara.
Joined by Dario aka Príncipe Robalo, we are stoked to see Javier back in action at the River Mouth.
Up in the mountains, Javier and his family are known to catch fish from the river. Check out this tiny Snook catch from July 25.
Obviously we released this minnow, but hope to seem him downstream in a few years when he is worthy of a battle with Rey Robalo.
It’s been a fantastic month of fishing at the mouth of the Rio Nosara.
Wilson Mendoza took a break from being the mate on the Harvester to wet a line at the river mouth. The catch above was from November 14 and the pair below are from the 19th.
Then on November 27, Javier (Rey Robalo) and Mark Trevino nagged this wonderful 28lbs. Snook at sunset.
Always the conservationist, Javier released this monster alive and well.
Javier Hernandez aka Rey Robalo scored this amazing 39lbs. Snook at the Nosara River Mouth in late-August.
The Snook bite has been excellent this month with lots of nice catches.
Javier Hernandez aka ‘Rey Robalo’ reeled in this excellent Snook in mid-January.
Local angler Pilito Montiel caught this amazing Snook at the Nosara River mouth.
Better still, he caught this monster on an old-school handlining rig.
Javier Hernandez aka Rey Robalo continued his reign with these awesome Snook scores on July 23.
His catches were more than a handful, with this Jack Crevelle (above) backed up with several monster Snooks.
How about this mammoth:
Also local angler Casar Vargas pulled this monster Amberjack from the river mouth in mid-June.
Javier scored again with more great action at the Nosara River Mouth. This Snook and Jack score means filets and ceviche, respectively.