March 14, 2021

Nate Goldstein and his family had a wonderful day on the Discoverer on March 14. The highligh of the day was this sweet Marlin fight, captured on video from the tower by Captain Carlos.

This one got away, but a nice Pacfic Sailfish wasn’t so wily.

After the safe release, they also kept the rods bent with several Yellowfin Tunas.

“Carlos and Kevin were fantastic.” Nate wrote in an email. “Kept it moving for the kids, good and mellow vibe, great communication and forethought. Thank you for running a tight ship.”

March 11, 2021

Captain Alex pulled double duty on March 11th. First up was Kyle Manning getting offshore at 7am, where the Harvester found Yellowfin Tuna and Dorado waiting for them.

John Priess’ group came onboard at 1230p for the afternoon 5 hour session, and took them out to the same spot for more Yellowfin Tunas catches.

Great job by the very busy Harvester.

January 27, 2021

Captain Fico posted a banner day with Lauren Frederick’s group on the 27th. An early Sailfish release was a great way to start the trip.

Throughout the day swarms of Yellowfin Tunas came running through the spread, and the super panga was ready to catch them.

The kept five big Yellowfin Tunas ranging from 30lbs. – 40lbs.

February 3, 2020

Captain Fico delivered the goods for Corey LaChance’s group on February 3 with some thrilling Sailfish releases.

Guys, it’s called “release” for a reason!

They worked up their appetite’s while swimming, so it’s fortunate that they nagged these meat fish for sustenance.

They kept the Dorados and Yellowfins but released the Cubera Snappers:

They retired to Nosara Paradise Rentals for a nice soak in the pool, followed by a mammoth fish feast.

Here is a sample from Josie LaChance’s Facebook post:

Pura Vida!
“pure life”; to live a peaceful, simple existence full of happiness, satisfaction, well-being, and deep love for nature, family, and friends.

What an incredible fishing trip with friends to Nosora, Costa Rica.

We ate great food.. we had a ton of fun… and caught a few fish.

✔️7 sailfish
✔️5 Yellowfin tuna
✔️3 cubera snapper
✔️2 mahi mahi

We will never forget “the one that got away… the fish of a lifetime.”
The guys worked on a gigantic yellowfin tuna for 3 hours…. as soon as we got a good look it it… the line snapped.
The guys are still very sensitive about this.
I’m not sure how big it was… every day it gets bigger and bigger. Today the guys are estimating it was a good 400lbs. Ha.

Even though the fish of a lifetime got away we still had a great time fishing!
Sam and Cory swam with Sailfish…
Allison and Cindy went offshore for their first time… and caught a sailfish.

Most importantly, Jon caught dinner!

Pura Vida!

Josie LaChance