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Costa Rica Fishing Reports


2016-07-28
4:25 PM

Lots of Yellowfin Tuna Offshore - Right now the billfish numbers are a bit spotty - catching 1-8 a day is the norm. A few sailfish and some marlin around offshore. On better days you may encounter up 10-15 sailfish bites, and a couple marlin bites. Exceptional days a boat may have more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2016-03-20
12:10 AM

Quepos March madness fishing 2016 - March has been one of the best months we have seen in years. Boats have had as many as 20+ Sailfish caught in a day. We had a hot Sailfish one jumping in our 38 Lhurs. You need to get out on the water. April looks like it's not going to slow down fo more...
Leanne Batten - Quepos


2016-03-07
2:28 PM

Sailfish Season Taking Off in Los Suenos - Our sailfish numbers have really improved through January. We have gone from struggling with five bites per day in early December, to once again to getting 20 to 30 sailfish bites per day - our seasonal norm again. We have been releasing 10 to 20 more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2016-02-25
4:17 AM

Quepos Fishing is on fire! - Well February has been a great month for offshore fishing. We have seen the return of Tuna in big numbers. Also Mr Marlin has be seen in town lately. But the Sailfish but is off the charts. Boats like our 38 Luhrs are having record catches Feb more...
Leanne Batten - Quepos


2016-01-12
2:52 PM

Yellowfin Tuna Present, Mahi-Mahi Absent - After our hot run of marlin in November, we had a spotty billfish bite early December, struggling to get 5 bites a day for a week or so. Luckily, our billfish numbers improved mid-December. Getting 10 to 15 bites per day was the norm, with 20 plus more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2015-11-27
4:16 PM

Great Marlin Bite - There has been a great marlin bite going off Los Suenos, Costa Rica on over the past month of November. Blue, striped and even an occasional black marlin have been consistently showing up on an almost daily occurrence. We have been averaging at l more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2015-08-12
12:59 PM

Yellowfin Dominate, Bottom Fishing Good, Marlin Slow - We have had a steady sailfish bite throughout the month of July, not red hot, but consistent, typically getting between 4 and 10 sailfish bites every day. The marlin bite (within day trip range) has been slow, other than an occasional one here and more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2015-05-05
1:01 PM

Peak Sailfish Season in Jaco - Welcome to the Jaco & Los Suenos, Costa Rica! The sailfish numbers have been on fire as expected over the past month. While December through April is our peak season for sailfish here, late March, and all of April has really proven to be the abso more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2015-02-25
11:42 AM

January High Season Update 2015 - We've been having excellent fishing offshore so far this season. Our peak sailfish season here is December through April, and so far, we've had excellent numbers of sailfish - rivaling the past 2 record setting years. It kicked off early this Dec more...
Capt. Michael Alligood - Los Suenos


2015-02-21
2:42 AM

Released 4 Sailfish with Quepos Sailfishing Charters - Today on 20th Feb, On 35 Cabo, client had a nice day releasing 4 sails and everybody was very happy! more...
Capt. Leanne Batten - Quepos

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