June 4, 2023

On June 4, Larry and Linda Griffin were back on the mega panga for another great of variety from Captain Wilson and Mate Geraldo.

After a pair of wonderful Sailfish releases, they visited the meat market for a beefy Yellowfin Tuna and large Rainbow Runner:

The finished up the day inshore and caught the biggest Needlefish we have seen in a long, long time.

Just for comparison, here is the current world record for this species:

Giant Mexican Needlefish, Tylosurus fodiator. Fish caught from coastal waters off Puerto Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, May 2004. Length: 1.49 m (4 feet 11 inches).

May 23, 2021

Captain Alex showed his versitility inshore on the 23rd; after all, the Harvester is more than just and offshore weapon.

They nagged a big Rooster Fish and a juvinile; both were safe released as always.

The inshore aquarium yielded some exotic morsels. Rock Snapper, Needlefish, and a Gaguero all found they way to the ice.

August 2, 2019

Captain William pulled double-duty on August 2. The morning 5 hour session featured this stunning Blue Marlin release by angler Scott Swanson.

High off of this amazing catch, the mighty Wanderer welcomed Martin Claurl’s family for a fun afternoon of rod-bending:

This group left the boat flush with Yellowfin Tuna filets, plus added this unusual Needlefish for the ceviche tray.

The end of the mighty flagship’s ten hour day was this send-off from a monster Whale (baleena en espanol). What a treat: