Actions are known to speak louder than words, so here in Costa Rica we break records to prove where the best fishing is. This year in a three day billfish boatsnament located just 5 minutes from Jaco in the beautiful Los Sueños Marina Fishing we broke the world record of most billfish caught in one boatsnament with a massive 2170 billfish more than 700 billfish than the previous record. A normal day of bill fishing will begin with you meeting us at the Marina Los Sueños in Jaco, or being picked up from your local hotel in Jaco or Los Sueños. You will be met by the captain of our boat or by our concierge. Your Captain will personally escort you to your boat where your crew will be waiting and you will shove off around 7:00am.

Once the fish takes the bait, the mate will hook it for you while you are getting prepared to "fight" the fish by getting a rod holder belt on and getting to he fighting chair. In Costa Rica all billfish are catch and release. Once hooked they will hand you the rod and help you by coaching you in the proper techniques of fighting and landing the fish.

Aside from the massive Costa Rica Billfish Fishing here we also are known for our dorado (Mahi-Mahi), tuna, wahoo, grouper, amber jack, snapper, rooster fish, sea bass, the best tasting snook and many more species. Depending on the time of year, billfish such as marlin and sailfish can be seen "rising" on the baits. With luck they will "strike" the bait. Your crew members will be alert watching for the rising fish and let you know when they spot fish.

DEPARTURE - RETURN :

7:00a.m. - 5:00p.m

WHAT TO BRING :

Comfortable shoes or sandals, Comfortable clothes, Camera, Sun Protection

INCLUDES :

A/C Transportation from/to your home rental or Hotel in Jaco or Los Suenos, Professional Captains and Mates, Fishing gear and bait, Beer, water, sodas, Roast chicken or sandwiches

Los Suenos Fishing

Los Suenos Fishing, So many different species are attracted to the area for its deep blue water just off-shore coupled with the transitional currents from the mouth of the Nicoya Peninsula just a few kilometers to the north. Big Blue, Black and Striped Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi and Yellow Fin and Big Eye Tuna are consistently caught.

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