Fishing in Costa Rica

Fishing in Costa Rica

Fishing in Costa Ricaincludes fishing, among many other species, Blue, Black, and Striped Marlin, Pacific Sailfish, sailfish, marlin, Tuna, Tarpon, Snook, Roosterfish, Yellowfin, Giant Dorados, and Wahoo.

Many of Costa Rica’s beaches have fishing boats and travel companies that offer guided fishing trips.

blue marlin, black marlin, marlin

Fishing in Quepos

One of the most well-known Costa Rican fishing charter services is https://queposfishingcharterscr.com/our-fleet/ in Quepos. They offer world-class shore sports fishing. Abfishing has a quality boat, friendly and competent crew, and is owned by an ex-US Coast Guard. They are well worth a look.

Fishing in Drake Bay

Aguila de Osa Inn is another place with some outstanding offers. In addition to fishing for Marlin, Sailfish, Yellowfin tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Roosterfish, and snook, they can help you catch species like Horse-eye Jacks, Jack Crevalle, Amberjack, Spanish Mackerel, Dog Tooth Snapper, and mutton snapper.

Add to all these great boats and crews as well as the following activities.

* Corcovado National Park (San Pedrillo & Sirena)
* Caño Island (Snorkeling & Hiking)
* Scuba Diving
* Whale and Dolphin Watching/Interaction
* Sport Fishing
* Horseback Riding
* River & Ocean Kayaking
* Birdwatching
* Mountain Biking
* Canopy Tour
* Night Tour
* Mangrove Tours

Go fishing Fishing Trips in Costa RicaWild Fish Costa Rica provides world-class fishing experiences to our clients. We offer turn-key and FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE fishing experiences. Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast has long been known for its world-class Sailfish, Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, and Dorado (Mahi-Mahi) Sportfishing. We catch and release hundreds of billfish each year!!

You don’t buy our package deals; you tell us what you want to do, and we’ll put together a FULLY CUSTOMIZED package for you.

Tell us how many you have, what you want to do, and when you plan on coming down. We put together a quote for the tour and a detailed itinerary.

Costa Rica has arguably the best fishing in all of Central America. Like the terrestrial habitat, the underwater world of shore has also received enormous protection from the Costa Rican government. Costa Rica stands out among all nations for its commitment to protecting its natural resources on land and at sea. As a result, Costa Rica continues to provide a shining example of what eco-tourism can provide a country.