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Where & When to Fish?
In the world of fishing, Costa Rica stands out with its rich waters and diverse marine life. But the real secret? It’s all about location and timing. From the vibrant shores of Guanacaste to the deep waters off Quepos, we’ve got the lowdown on where to be and when. Dive into our guide, and let’s make sure every trip you take is a story worth telling.
Quepos / Manuel Antonio
(Pez Vela Marina, Uvita)
Quepos, home to the famous Pez Vela Marina, is a hub for sportfishing enthusiasts. The waters around Manuel Antonio are teeming with sailfish, marlin, and tuna.
Uvita, with its clear blue waters, offers a picturesque setting for a day of deep-sea fishing. The region is also known for its eco-tourism and stunning national parks.
(Tamarindo, Flamingo, Papagayo, Playa Coco)
Guanacaste, a fishing paradise, is renowned for its rich waters and diverse marine life. Tamarindo and Flamingo Marina are hotspots for marlin and sailfish, while Papagayo Marina and Playa Coco offer a blend of inshore and offshore fishing experiences. The region is a magnet for anglers seeking a thrilling catch amidst the backdrop of stunning beaches and vibrant local culture.
(Samara, Carrillo, Nosara, Punta Islita)
Nicoya Peninsula, with its pristine beaches like Samara and Carrillo, offers a unique fishing experience. Nosara, known for its serene waters, is a haven for roosterfish and snapper. Punta Islita, with its rich marine biodiversity, promises an angling adventure that’s both challenging and rewarding.
(Tortuguero, Barra del Colorado)
The Caribbean Coast, with places like Tortuguero and Barra del Colorado, offers a unique fishing experience. The region is known for its tarpon and snook fishing. The lush green landscapes and the rhythmic Caribbean vibes make fishing here a truly immersive experience.
(Santa Teresa, Paquera, Jaco, Los Suenos)
Puntarenas, stretching along Costa Rica’s Pacific coast, is a fishing enthusiast’s dream. From the vibrant town of Jaco to the luxurious Los Suenos Marina, the region offers a variety of fishing experiences. Whether it’s chasing marlin in Santa Teresa or enjoying inshore fishing in Paquera, Puntarenas has something for every angler.
(Golfito, Drake Bay, Puerto Jimenez,)
Osa Peninsula, a biodiverse region, offers an unparalleled fishing experience. Golfito and Drake Bay are known for their sailfish and roosterfish, while Puerto Jimenez offers a blend of inshore and offshore fishing opportunities. The upcoming Drake Bay Marina promises to be a new hotspot for anglers seeking a premium fishing experience.
What our fishing clients say!
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