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Quepos region offers the best inshore and offshore fishing throughout the year. The area is well protected from the prevailing northerly winds and enjoys pretty close to ideal weather although you can expect rain most anytime from May through December, especially in the afternoons.
Billfish are the favored target of most visiting anglers, and they are seldom disappointed from around December through April. To release a half dozen sails and even a marlin or two in a fishing day is common but not unusual to release more than a dozen sailfish a day. There are also Dolphin, Giant Yellofin Tuna, Wahoo, Cubera, Roosterfish, a variety of Snapper, Grouper, Blue Runners, Rainbow Runners, Snook, Jacks, Mackerel and much more. Costa Rica’s sport fishing records speak for themselves: there were more than 70 current IGFA worked record fish from Costa Rica waters including 17 all – tackle marks.
We also offer multi-day fishing trips to the Drake Bay and Caños Island area, overnighting at one of the several lodges centered around Drake Bay. This region is best known for its wahoo, big cubera and roosterfish, but are also tuna, dorado, sails and occasional marlin.
|From:||Monday – Sunday 7 AM|
Half Day Inshore Fishing Trip: 1 to 4 pax $593, 5 to 8 pax $761.
Full Day Offshore Trip: 1 to 4 pax $1000, 5 to 8 pax $1200.
|Ages:||5 and over|
|Includes:||Professional equipment and lots of fun.|
|Location:||30 miles north of Paradise Management in Quepos town, 45 minutes drive.|
|Requirements:||6 persons at one time. While not overly physically demanding, this activity does require a minimum level of physical fitness.|
What to Bring on your fishing Trip
- Strap sandals, tennis or water shoes (NO FLIP FLOPS)
- Light weight clothing
- Sun Glasses (optional)
- Camera (optional)
- Sun block
- Insect repellent