News from Fishing Nosara by Craig Sutton

The new Wanderer is in the water and the first day we christened her with a nice Black Marlin in the 350lbs. to 400lbs. range with lots of big Dorado and plump Yellowfin. The second day we lost another big Black while catching a 200lbs. Blue Marlin on the third day and losing a monster 700lbs. to 800lbs. Black today. Every trip is non-stop action trolling and top-water casting for 20lbs. to 40lbs.Yellowfin, and we are mixing in some 20lbs. to 40lbs. Dorado. Check out this months' new videos of our Wanderer fun: Black Narlin Released, Dolphin frenzy 

The Wanderer crew and the rest of the team are looking to raise the level of fishing in Costa Rica. Captain William and co-captains Carlos, Alex, and David are looking to have a great year. I am extremely glad to have his experience at the helm of the Wanderer;
having Captain William means that the Wanderer will always be in top shape and ready to do battle.

Captain Carlos put the Reel Deal in the water last week and mmediately started satisfying his clients. Carlos did a super job on the Reel Deal this off-season adding new Tuna Tubes, some clear plastic protection, paint, and upholstery.

Captain Vibert finished the year strong as usual and pulled the Cabo last week to paint the bottom and perform routine maintenance. Look for Vibert to repeat as top boat this year. Captain Vibert's big boat the Aimee Marie is due back in the water in December after a complete refit. The Aimee Marie has been the top boat in the area for a long time and looks to be the big battle wagon again.

Captain Eduardo and the Nice n Tight are also back in the water after some refinishing. Eduardo has picked where he left off last year and is making some happy clients: simply stated, Captain Eduardo and the Nice n Tight always catch fish. Captain Eduardo's big boat the Sportsman is due back this month from the annual haul-out and maintenance. I am quite sure that Eduardo will be slaying the big ones again in 2010.

It looks like the year will be strong, especially with all the new boats. Already lots of fishing groups have been booked. Please, if you are interested in partaking of some world-class fishing book early; we want to guarantee your choice of boat, captain, and type of fishing but we can only do that if we plan ahead.

Finally we have added the Explorer, a two-man inflatable for the remote rivers here, to our line up of fishing choices. Captain David is at the helm and ready to take on some of the giant Costa Rican Snook. Captain David will be taking his clients to some areas not too many anglers have fished  and the results should be very interesting. Also our new rental house Casa Bonita in the Nature Preserve complex is right on schedule and looks to be another Tico masterpiece.

Tight lines and Pura Vida!

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