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).

March 17, 2023

Ryan Pugh performed brilliantly with the Discoverer on March 17. This BIG Dorado was backed-up by one of the biggest Rainbow Runners you’ll ever see.

The youngsters stepped up with some nice Dorados:

Team Pugh also bested a pair of excellent Yellowfin Tunas. What a great haul by Captain Carlos and the big battleship!

February 20, 2018

Brendan Chenowith brought his sons along for a great day of action the 20th.

They bested some blue water billfish and also deployed the flyrod for tasty treats.

Here’s what Mr. Chenowith had to say in an email:


We had two great days with Alex on the Harvester. Alex put in a lot of effort to get us fish on the fly rods. He also did a fabulous job making our kids feel like they were the center of his attention.

His willingness to share his knowledge of the fishery taught us a lot about blue water and inshore fishing. We all came away from our experience wishing we far more time to spend in the Nosara area.


All my kids want to come back and fish again. I can’t ask for more than that. We intend to make it back soon.  

July 13, 2017

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.