The Wanderer half of John Egan’s group had a big time on the flagship with several big boys on ice by day’s end.
The Dorado action has been white-hot all month, leading to double hook-ups on several trips.
All three generations of the family got in on the action.
Great work by Captain William and the mighty Wanderer!
Sloan Rogers’ group was split between the Wanderer and Discoverer on the 19th, and the flagship displayed some teamwork to catch these nice Dorados.
Captain William kept up the consitent results in mid-November with four more excellent Dorados on ice.
Later in the day they moved inshore and scored another Dorado and a beautiful Pompano.
Returning angler Joe Goins lit it up with Captain William on November 8 with the scorecard showing a nice Sailfish release backed-up with a big Dorado.
Captain William got his season started with a excellent performance with angler Rick Ulrich.
The Wanderer discovered a massive floating tree, and we know that means an entire marine ecosystem lurks beneath. Check out these sweet Dorados that Team Ulrich dug up from under the roots.
Great start to the season for the mighty flagship!
Gary Killam knocked it out of the park on the Wanderer with a fantastic Blue Marlin release:
Earlier in the day they filled up the fishbox with Dorado and Yellowfin Tunas on the deck.
Great work by these Tampa based anglers!
Our new friend Gary Killam brought a fun-loving posse of Tampa,FL based anglers to Nosara for a fun week of fishing.
On their first of three days fishing they got acclimated to the blue water by conquering this nice Sailfish.
Two of our oldest and best friends joined the Wanderer for a fun day of inshore action on September 16th.
Bobby Dean and Steven Dix brought home a big batch of Yellowfin Tuna filets. Excellent work by the flagship.
After a much-needed repaint and refit, the mighty flagship Wanderer was back in action on September 15th.
Captain William picked up right where he left off, boasting a nice Sailfish release backed up with a tasty Dorado for the dinner table.
It’s great to be back on the water!
The Wanderer finished the season with a magnificent trip with Christine Clarke and her family on August 22.
The father/son and mother/daughter combos went head-to-head with two nice Dorados.
A third nice fish rounded out the filet haul.
Family fun aside, Captain William and the mighty Wanderer earned the title of the FishingNosara flagship by scoring big Marlin releases.
This beastie put on a show for the Clarke family, and Mate Johnson was ready to bill and release the final Marlin of the season.
After a year that saw 234 trips, the big blue beauty is back on the trailer and ready for a month-long repaint and refit.
Captain William will be back on the scene in mid-September to continue his reign as the best Captain in all of Central America.