If you don’t have enough people for your own private boat or are looking for an economical alternative, we offer shared trips. We take a maximum of six anglers per boat. Come on out today!
Looks like lunch to me!
We love to see future fisherman in action, so make sure to send in your pictures!
Reel Stripper our 31ft Bertram. Come on out and bring some friends!
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The Crash My Playa, concert series group, crashes Captain Rick’s Sportfishing Center again this year!
Like, if you are wishing that you were getting ready with this crowd to go fishing this morning!
Every year we are lucky enough to host fishing groups from the Phish Tour. We love having them and they have a blast! So thanks guys and see you again next year!
Are you looking to setup a Fishing Tournament for your family or best buddies while in Mexico? Give us a call, we have the largest selection of boats in the Riviera Maya.
Wanna do more than just go fishing? Any boat, any time, come snorkel with us!
Did you just catch some Tuna? Try this fresh and yummy recipe!
2 TB regular strength soy sauce
2 TB freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 TB Asian toasted sesame oil (found in the Asian aisle)
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp granulated sugar
1 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp freshly cracked black pepper
2 to 21/2 lbs fresh ahi tuna steaks, about 1½-1⅔ inches thick
oil for cooking
Optional: freshly chopped cilantro, green scallions, sesame seeds for garnish.
Optional: Sriracha mayo for drizzling (really good!)
1.- In a bowl, whisk together the first 7 ingredients to make a marinade. Towel dry tuna steaks and place in a glass or ceramic dish. Pour marinade over the fish, turning to coat well throughout. Cover tightly and chill several hours to overnight; turn fish over at least once in the middle of marinade time.
2.- Heat 3 TB oil in a large heavy skillet (aluminum or stainless steel; not nonstick) until oil is smoking. Sear ahi steaks 1½ minutes per side on high heat, taking care to flip carefully with a flat, steel spatula. (If your tuna is less than 1½ inches thick, sear for only 1 minute per side.)
3.- Transfer seared ahi to a large cutting board and let rest/cool 10 minutes. Use a very sharp (serrated works well) knife to slice thinly across the grain.
4.- Serve chilled or at room temp, over your favorite salad greens. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and cilantro or green onions, if desired. Drizzle with Sriracha mayo if desired.
Source: Chew Out Loud