Eric Shepherd joined the Wanderer on the 14th and scored some small White Tunas along with an excellent Sailfish release.
Our old pal David Little returned to Nosara in mid-November and these UK anglers had a big time on the Adventurer.
This big Dorado is an example of their great variety of edible catches that will look great on the dinner plate.
On November 18 the Explorer delivered a great fishing experience for this young angler.
It’s always a treat to show kiddos the art of blue water fishing in Costa Rica.
Nice job by the barroom brawler!
Bob Zuniga’s group nabbed the fish of a lifetime on July 11 with this strong Striped Marlin release on July 11.
Later on in the trip they added a nice White Tuna…a rare find this far offshore.
Here’s what Bob had to say in an email: “I just wanted to take the time to let you and your staff know that my group and I had the time of a lifetime! From the fishing, to the breakfast and all of the accommodations, we enjoyed every second we spent at your paradise! Your staff took customer service to the next level and the fishing is unlike I have ever encountered in the world. I just wanted to again send you my thanks and on behalf of my group… PURA VIDA!!! Robert Zuniga”
Kevin Stuber enlisted Captain David for an inshore fishing mission on July 11 and they scored big. The highlight of the trip was this lovely Cubera Snapper.
They also added a bunch of Tunas, including this nice Yellowfin Tuna and White Tuna.
Great work by the Adventurer!
Captain David is continuing his one-man war on the inshore species, with lots of great catches reported during the month of May. Check out these nice Yellowfin Tunas and Jack Crevalles:
The Adventurer also nabbed some of the more elusive Yellowtail Snapper:
And the excellent-for-sushi White Tuna:
Captain David welcomed angler Carl Lindberg to the Adventurer on the 5th for a great day of fish harvesting.
These nice Red Groupers were backed up by an array of Yellowfin Tunas and White Tunas.
The Explorer welcomed angler Thomas Biggs for a quick 5-hr. trip on the 21st, and they score big filets.
This large Tuna was backed up by a healthy 25lbs. Dorado.
Captain David welcomed Carl Lindberg or Vermont for a very productive day of inshore filet gathering on March 9.
The highlight was the elusive Congrio. One of the few sea creatures that can swim backwards, this unusual fish/eel hybrid yields a tasty white fish that is similar to lobster tail…yummy!
He also nabbed a sandwich-sized Dorado and a nice White Tuna.
He finished off the day with a pair of big Yellowfin Tunas.
Trey Hardy started his week with a world-beating Marlin release, but on day two the fish weren’t as cooperative as they had to settle for a handful of Bonitas and White Tunas.
Still you got to appreciate the big smiles and fun that comes along with with catching fish regardless of size.