A great day of fishing with two of Zancudo Lodges best captains, Javier and Tito!! Flew out to the #fishing grounds at 44+ on the new 32 #Contender and had a 400+ Blue Marlin on within 30 minutes. Rounded out the rest of the day catching Sailfish which were in the 150+ class!! Great day all around!!
By John Sisak
Marlin Costa Rica fishing
Wow is the best way to describe our #fishing right now. In the last 5 days we have landed 18 blue #marlin with the average size being 350lb. We have also seen the biggest #Marlin in my 7 years at the lodge with a 600lb+ blue and a 500lb black. In the 5 day period we also boated over 100 sailfish with a few dorado mixed in. Inshore is steady as well
Call for a trip special on the Contender 32st for April 21-24 don’t miss it while its hot.
Next year season is already filling up so if you thinking about a trip and want specific dates please call and make a reservation
#1 Sportfishing Lodge in Costa Rica #marlin and #sailfish season.
#Sailfish and #marlin #sportfishing
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Sportfishing Costa Rica, Marlin
Photos by Cap. Rafa Lopez
Hot marlin bit continues 5 blue marlin and 21 sails
Costa Rica sportfishing, fishing in Costa Rica
The #sailfish bite is hot, 29 #sailfish 2 #bluemarlin for 4 boats and 1 inshore boat with a few #roosters.
Costa Rica fishing is hot
Sport fishing in Costa Rica
Fish Species and Catching Seasons – #costaricafishing #sportfishing
#Dorado: Year round species with seasonal highs during November to April.
#Marlin: All Marlin species are caught year round. The peak time for Blue Marlin is November and December, March and April while the Black Marlin peak is during July and August.
#Rooster Fish: Always available and common sizes range from 20-70 pounds.
#Sailfish: Common year round but peaking from November to May. It is not unusual to catch more than 20 Sails in any given day.
#Snapper: There are over a dozen types of snappers ranging between 15 to 100 pounds
#Snook: Some of the best snook fishing is found on our river. Choose your weapon, from ultra light spinning gear to fly rods.
#Tuna: Large yellowfin, in the 200-300lb range are often found feeding under the large schools or porpoises. Schoolie sized Yellowfin are available year round. Bigeye, considered the bruisers in the tuna family, are common in our area. Hooking a large bigeye will lead you on an epic multi-hour fight.
#Wahoo: Rare find which appears from time to time
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