Late afternoon swim after another great day on the Frenzy!
Yesterday we took the 43 out for another go at the sails. We found beautiful blue water about 30 miles out and started pulling teasers. The guys that didn't catch a sailfish on Sunday were up first and didn't have to wait long. We started raising sails right away and never had to wait long for action. Schultzy caught his first sail right off. We pulled it in the boat for a quick photo before releasing it.
Schultzy's first sail. Mate Will Freeman from Charleston assisting!
A short while later Benji rewarded the boat with a monster 47 pound wahoo. So far that's the boat record! Nice work Benji. We will enjoy the wahoo later this afternoon when Lizbeth fries up some wahoo fingers.
Nice 'hoo Benji!
Not to be outdone by their fishing buddies, Thomas and Bosie showed their skills as well with a couple of nice sails.
Thomas puts the heat on a sail while Mate Marco Solano prepares to grab the leader.
Bosie gives "thumbs up" to another sail!
By the end of the day we had released 6 sailfish and boated a 47 pound wahoo and a nice dorado. When it was time to head back to Quepos the boys jumped in and swam for a few minutes in over 3,000 feet of water. So clear you could practically see the bottom. Well maybe not exactly...
The boys are all off for a canopy tour today up in the mountains near Quepos. Everyone should try the zipline because it really is a lot of fun. While they are gone, Lizbeth will be making dorado ceviche and frying up some wahoo fingers for our afternoon fiesta in the pool watching the sun set. With any luck we'll have another late afternoon visit from the squirrel monkeys.
Tomorrow we hit the blue water again for some more action. I am still looking for the first marlin on the new Frenzy 43. When we catch it we are all going swimming!
There are a few good dates left in April so come join Team Frenzy and be a part of the excitement!
The Spring Break Frenzy continues ...
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