7 Dec 2018
The Pacific Coast of Costa Rica spans 1,280 kilometers (795.35 miles) of beautiful beaches, rich oceans that are the delight of surfers, scuba divers, vacationists and of course, sport fishing aficionados.
The reputation of Costa Rica as a sport fishing destination has grown over the years, to the point that the country has been named the “Billfish capital of the world”. Costa Rica is now the site of several world class sport fishing tournaments and certainly, Los Sueños Marina & Resort in the Central Pacific is one of the preferred options for sport fishing. Los Sueños reigns king this for a number of factors: the closeness to the airport and the capital city of San Jose as well as proximity to many beaches and National Parks, and the convenience that Los Sueños offers, which includes luxury residencies, private beach club, spa services, private chef services, professional golf course and 200-slip full-service marina with an extensive charter fleet certified by the Costa Rican Tourism Board.
Sport fishing is good year-round in Costa Rica, with certain peak seasons for billfish, Swordfish, Spearfish, Sailfish, Striped Marlin, Yellow Fin Tuna, Wahoo, Black Marlin and Blue Marlin. These are just some of the species found in the calm waters of the Central Pacific, with just a bit of luck and the right team you can catch five or even more of these species in the same day.
The months from September through November are ideal for catching marlin, while sailfish is more commonly found from December through April, yet, as we mentioned before, the calm and warm waters of the Costa Rican Pacific allow for a great sport fishing adventure any time that line hits the water.
If you do not have enough experience yet, not to worry, book your fishing charter with a reputable and professional company such as HRG Vacations. each charter comes with a bilingual captain and crew, bait, tackle, snacks, lunch and drinks; the crew is knowledgeable and ready to take you to the best spots to make your trip an unforgettable one.