May 21, 2024

Joe Newton continued to shine on May 21 with the Harvester posting a hybrid offshore/inshore scorecard. This wonderful Sailfish release offshore got things started.

Then they moved inshore and boated this lover Rock Snapper:

Then they nabbed this 5lbs. Bonita:

Captain Wilson rigged it up and sent to down to the reef, and nailed this awesome Cubera Snapper (released after photo). Great work by the Harvester.



August 7, 2023

Rob Coxey and Russell Nader turned in a brilliant performance on August 7 with Captain Fito reporting a wide variety of catches. This Dorado got things going:

Rob scored this small Rooster Fish.

They also pried up this unusual Rock Snapper.

Lastly, they scored this mystery fish; we thinks its either a Blue Jack Crevalle or perhaps a Bluetail Trevalley.

UPDATE: It’s an African pompano. Thanks to Dave Eisner for the eagle-eyes.

August 18, 2021

On August 18, Justin Halliday and Misty Dingel had a great time with Captain David on the Adventurer.

They nagged a few nice Yellowfin Tunas, then followed-up with tasty Yellowtail Snapper.

More snappers of the Red and Striped variety rounded out the day’s catches.

Add in this Jack Crevalle, and you have a very diverse filet bag.


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.

December 27, 2018

Captain David fished every day from December 20 to the 28th, and scored a wide variety of great fish for his clients.


Yellowfin Tunas were in the mix, even though we aren’t anywhere close to their peak season. Its a great sign to see these football-sized Yella Fellas this close to shore, and this early in the year.

An array of Jack Crevelles and Rock Snappers made sure that ceviche would be on the Christmas dinner table.

Big Dorados have been in the area all month and while most boats found them 10 miles offshore, the crafty Adventurer nabbed several monsters that wandered too close to shore.

What a great start to the season for Captain David and the 23-foot switchblade.