Charles Newton and Greg Wood got their week started with brisk action on the flagship. The early day inshore bite delivered this sweet Rooster Fish release.
Then in the afternoon the Wanderer headed offshore to do battle with energetic Sailfish.
They added some beefy Yellowfin Tunas in the late-afternoon…perfect end to a well-rounded day of action!
Jacksonville’s own Charles Newton and Greg Wood got their week of fishing off to a fast start with an excellent Sailfish release.
On July 19 angler James Frye and his group stayed close to shore and found that a swarm of large Yellowfin Tuna was there to meet them.
Why go far if you don’t have to?
They say that writing about catching a fish is like dancing about architecture, so this time we’ll just let the picture tell the story:
Great smile and great fish from angler Tracy Solomon!
The Wanderer kept the good times rolling on the 16th with exciting blue water action.
They hooked up with an energetic Sailfish and they boated some Yellowfin Tuna filets:
After two solid days of offshore billfishing, the Captain Sergio group stayed inshore with clients John Martinez, Judy Martinez, Jerold Long, and Christine Long.
The strikes were constant over the eight hour trip with 13 Snappers caught along with other fun fish.
This nice-sized Rainbow Runner is certainly a tasty treat.
After loading up on Red Snappers (big and small), the crew hit paydirt with this 80lbs. Amberjack:
Everyone lined up to take a picture with this beastie.
On July 10 Captain William headed offshore to Sailfish City and nabbed four lovely releases.
It’s great to see that the Sailfish have returned in numbers and that they are hungry!
They finished off the day with this juvenile Sailfish release. We’ll see this little fella again in about a year when he is all grown up.
The Wanderer delivered a fun memorable trip for angler Mike Hollis and his group with a scorecard marked up with Marlin, Sailfish, and Yellowfin Tuna.
After an early Yellowfin Tuna, this Striped Marlin came in after a feisty battle.
She weighed at only 100lbs. but fought like a tiger.
Later in the day the flagship scored a second billfish release with this sweet Sailfish.
Spinning pods of porpoises led the way offshore for the Wanderer on July 6, and as usual they were willing to share their Yellowfin Tunas with the Wanderer.
Client Patrick Watson’s crew scored a whole boatload of filets and had a great time doing it.
Harold Thomas’ group performed brilliantly on the mighty Wanderer with lots of Yellowfin Tuna hitting the ice.
Captain William is fishing nearly every day this month and his consistency shows why the Wanderer is the busiest boat in all of Central America.
Big smiles and full fishboxes…that’s the way we like it!