June 19, 2012

Waynes Estes and his son Trevor were back on the Wanderer today and were determined to hunt the reef dwellers. Trevor caught the first fish of the day, this rare and elusive Blue Jack Crevelle.

In fact the Jacks were thick all day as the Estes’ boys mopped up the Crevalles.

Check out Wayne’s old-school FishingNosara T-shirt…this ain’t no first timer folks!

The action heated up in a major way in the afternoon as not one, not two, but THREE Roosterfish found the hooks. This comes on the heels of the Wanderer‘s double Rooster day last week.

Fantastic work by this Jacksonville-based Father and son fishing team!

All three pez gallo were released safely and we look forward to catching them many more times.

June 18, 2012

Our great friend Wayne Estes has returned to Nosara for another round of big-time billfishing, and this trip he brought his teenage son Trevor Newman along for the adventure. Captain William and the Wanderer were up for the challenge, and on this afternoon half-day he put young Trevor on a beautiful Pacific Sailfish.

Trevor handled this monster like an old pro and made us all proud with this excellent release. Great work as always by First Mate Alex ensuring the safe release of this fish.

The Estes Gang is looking to stay inshore tomorrow to hunt the reefs after this excellent trip offshore.