Jake Winchester has made himself a regular with the FishingNosara team with a half-dozen trips run in the last year. After a whole bunch of Extreme Panga Fishing he stepped up to the 31-foot Wanderer for his May 7 trip.
They tackled some tough Sailfish and notched the scorecard with two nice releases. This was the first time deep sea fishing for Tiffiney Walls from Enid, Oklahoma, but she fought this Sailfish like an old pro.
A special welcome awaited their return to Garza: this majestic Balena (‘whale’ in gringo) breeched the surface and slapped his tail, much to the delight of the clients.
Great fishing and great scenery on the big blue flagship Wanderer.
Beau Braid and his boys laid down a groundbreaking performance on the flagship Wanderer…how does FOURTEEN Sailfish releases sound to you?
They were swarmed by Sailfish from the start of the trip all the way until the last line was reeled in.
The multiple hook-ups started just after 1pm. They had a double hook-up followed by a triple hook-up.
This is one of the most hectic hookups in all of fishing but these fish did not stand a change because of Captain William’s calm demeanor on the wheel and First Mate Alex’ laser precision in the cockpit.
Beau and the boys experienced yet another Triple hook-up:
The fourteen Sailfish releases were backed up by five beefy Dorados. Safe to say these guys have plenty of filets for the week.
As a final send-off, the Wanderer was greeted in Garza Bay by this majestic Baleena (Humpback Whale). Great shots from Captain William of thes amazing creature in the wild.
Here’s the email we got from Beau: “Thanks Craig! We had an awesome trip. Everything was great, and the fishing even better. Once I get some pictures together I will send some good ones to you. But I know William got a lot of good ones too”
David Ribas and his posse took Garza by storm on the 30th, booking both the Wanderer and the Explorer for full days of blue water action. The flagship and the brawler stuck close together early on and found a pod of Whales sunning offshore.
Later they split up and the Wanderer released this gorgeous Sailfish estimated at just under 100lbs.