Matthew Malley was on the Nice n’ Tight with Captain Eduardo and they caught 4 groupers over 10-15lbs. Great results for just a morning 2.5hrs. trip by the fish-catching Captain Eduardo.
Captain Eduardo welcomed a nice group of guys to the Nice n’ Tight to teach the Red Grouper a lesson or two.
This Red Grouper bite has been on fire the last few weeks so it shouldn’t suprise anybody that the fish-catchin’ Nice n’ Tight and Captain Eduardo are on the scene.
Another great client-submitted report from John Maysak:
Here are the pictures of my trip with my friend Barth on Nice n’ Tight with Captain Eduardo.
I was lucky enough to be on the rod and bring this big girl to the side of the boat for a clean release after an hour and fifteen minute epic hard-fought battle with lots of boat maneuvering help from Eduardo.
This fish measured 13 feet tip to tip with a girth somewhere north of 80 inches and we estimated her at 500 pounds!
Don’t let the diminutive Nice n’ Tight fool you! She is a wolf in sheep’s clothing whose bite is much worse than her bark.
The post-Christmas fishing blitz means that it’s all hands on deck for FishingNosara. Three boats had trips today and all of our Captains report excellent catches.
Atlanta based client Joel Adler split his group between our two mid-sized vessels, the 23′ Nice n’ Tight and the 26′ Explorer.
Captain Eduardo struck early and often with a MASSIVE Amberjack, a beefy Dorado, and a nice Yellowfin tuna for the dinner table with clients Ed, Pete and Deena.
Captain David on the Explorer reports a Yellowfin tuna backed up by a Yellowtail Snapper and a Rock Snapper with Mr. Adler.
Kevin Killerman enlisted Captain Vibert and the 32′ Aimee Marie for a half-day of inshore fishing and he piled the fishbox high with 7 Jack Crevalles. Nice work by the Master Captain and a great first trip back for the Aimee Marie which has been undergoing maintenance recently.
Great action by the whole FishingNosara team!
Captain Eduardo took some time out of his schedule to take fishing the most important clients of all…his kids! They spent some time drifting over the reefs and each pulled in a nice Cabrilla (Broomtail Grouper).
Let’s remember our loved ones this Christmas and keep our eyes on what is really important: family, family, family. Way to go Captain Eduardo doing his part to Hook the Future.