The action on December 31 was a little slow in the morning on the Explorer, but angler Steve Mears showed his dedication with this late-day Cubera Snapper.
Our inshore reef is always ready to deliver a day-saver like this monster. Great perseverance by Mr. Mears and Captain Fico.
The Explorer had a big day on January 3rd with two Sailfish and two Rooster Fish released with client Robert Mears.
All in a day’s work for the barroom bralwer.
Captain Carlos has been rocking and rolling:
He pulled a very productive four Sailfish release day on December 30 with client Steve Mears.
Tody client Steve Mears on the Wanderer released 250lbs Blue Marlin, and over on the Cabo, Captain Vibert and client Dick Stacey caught 8 tunas and a Porgy fish.
One last note for everyone who is buried in snow right now: Nosara Weather Report…..Low of 75f, High of 95f, 60% Humidity, No Rain.
Client Steve Mears and his son joined Captain William and Alex for a day of billfish hunting, and the trip was a great success. Check out this 250lbs. Blue Marlin!
These majestic fish are incredibly challenging to catch and release, but the Wanderer is well-equipped to safely handle these marine monsters. Hopefully the blue water will continue to approach the shore and these kind of catches will become more frequent as the season rolls on.
If you want to catch the fish of a lifetime in Costa Rica, go with the best boat for the job: Captain William and First Mate Alex are ready to make your dreams come true on the Wanderer.