Katie Paulsen’s group returned to the Wanderer on the 14th and had a great day with wide variety of catches.
This tasty Dorado broke the ice early on, then Team Paulsen belted up to battle some nice Sailfish.
They totaled three Sailfish releases on this trip.
A surprise Yellowfin Tuna was caught late in the day; a sign of things to come as we enter our second high season this month.
Kenny Strickler was back on the Wanderer in March on the 11th and they flagship continued to impress; check out these super Sailfish releases.
Fantastic work by these Virginia anglers.
March 10 was family-fun time, and Brent Cockerham’s family was up to the challenge.
The whole crew got a crack a Pacific Sailfish, with multiple releases filling up the Wanderer‘s scorecard.
Great work by this Texas-based fishing family!
The versatile flagship Wanderer stayed inshore on the 9th, with Brent Etlinger and his group notching the scorecard with an excellent Rooster fish releases.
Cody Nelson’s group put on a show on the 8th with Captain William reporting several nice Sailfish releases.
As usual the Wanderer delivered the goods for their clients. Awesome job!
The Wanderer welcomed Virgil Russell for a fine day of Sailfish battlin’ on March 4, and they scored big fish early and often.
After Ms. Russell’s sweet Sailfish release, Mr. Russell set in on a trio of great billfish releases:
“I wanted to say what an amazing time my wife and I had on the Wanderer,” Virgil wrote in an email. “Top notch Captain, mate, and boat.”
The Wanderer started the month with more consistent action and fun times. Just ask angler Dan Russell if anything better than a Pacific Sailfish release followed up by a nice Cuban?
Didn’t think so!
On March 1, multi-time Hall of Famer Dan Johnson joined the Wanderer and scored a Sailfish release and a Striped Marlin release.
Mr. Johnson has been fishing here for years, and even for an angler of his caliber this is an excellent day of action.
Fantastic work by the mighty flagship!