Capt. Josh Temple first came to Puerto Vallarta almost two decades ago, looking for a good surfing spot. On a 5,000-mile white-knuckle trip, Temple towed his 22-foot Grady-White all the way down from British Columbia. “The first few days I ventured out fishing, I came across massive schools of feeding tuna and marlin at Corbetania Rock, roughly 15 miles from Punta de Mita. During those first few years, we encountered quite a few really big fish that we didn’t have the experience, or the gear, to keep up with,” he says.