January 9, 2014

Doc Hatton and the posse are back on the Wanderer and were welcomed with improved weather and a gaggle of hungry fish.

The battleground was less than a mile from Garza point and the Wanderer defended her home turf by building up a classic feeding frenzy. The first catch was a juvinile Yellowtail Snapper, followed up by a medium-sized Nurse Shark.

An inauspicious start indeed, however this is the first phase of stirring up a bottom fish bite. Sure enough the action coaxed some big fish up from their seafloor hiding spots.



This Broomtail Grouper is a real monster! Right behind it was another nice-sized bottom dweller:





The bite stayed strong and a group of Jack Crevelle swung by to investigate the fishy waters.


The final jewel in the Wanderer‘s bottom fishing crown was this nice Rooster fish.

We release this species, but with the massive Snapper and Grouper catches from earlier it is safe to say that Doc Hatton and his group will be well-stocked with filets this week.


August 15, 2012

Bill Meeker has been reading this fishing report for a long time and back in February got his son Will into to the report. It’s a great pleasure to see that the Meeker group is in Nosara and they had an excellent day of action today on the Wanderer featuring a very rare Nurse Shark sighting.

This group had lots of action on Bonitas and Jacks inshore and then hooked-up this Nurse Shark on a vertical jigging rig.

We have no interest in keeping sharks, so everyone got their pictures and then First Mate Alex got the fun job of  live releasing a ticked-off shark…all in a day’s work for the hardest working man in Garza.