Quepos Offshore Fishing Report

Quepos Offshore Fishing Report

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Late Summer 2020

Yes we're still here! Yes we're still fishing and the bite has been spectacular. Double digits of sailfish and yellowfin tuna are the common theme, it's been a few years since we've had this great of a sailfish bite this late in a year. The yellowfin tuna are still under the "spinner" dolphins which is an amazing sight in its own. The tuna are continuously getting bigger and bigger every year. The average catch being around 60 lb with several over a hundred pounds coming to the dock each day! Large Marlin are mixed in, as well, catching and releasing 3 to 4 a boat, per week. Mainly blues with the occasional black mixed in. The seamounts "FAD's" have been overwhelmed with large blacks and blues, as well as 100 + pound yellowfin tuna!! Mahi-mahi are starting to show up, "schoolies" mostly, but a few gaffers mixed in. Which is exciting and very encouraging for our upcoming big mahi run!!

January 2020 Fishing Report

Fishing gets better every month out here! We have been consistently seeing several schools of Yellowfin Tuna out there every trip. The schools are awesome because the Yellowfin run with dolphin (flipper) and birds, so it's just a huge area of life. The Yellowfin are usually hungry, maybe 5 days a week the tuna will eat, a few schools are feeding on squid at nights and won't bite, but usually we can get as many as we want. Sailfish season is also in full swing, with several bites per trip, and then there are a ton of Dorado around as well, even if it is later than we would have expected. And then we are getting maybe 2-3 Marlin per boat per week as well, mostly blue but there are some black ones mixed in. We get striped Marlin here as well, but haven't seen too many lately. I'd say average Marlin size has been around 250 pounds. Great fishing out here offshore in Quepos Costa Rica!

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Quepos Inshore Fishing Report:

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January 2020 Inshore Fishing Report

Inshore fishing has been fun lately. There have been some really nice Roosterfish around, and then we have seen some snapper and snook as well. There have been a ton of sardines around as well, so we have been starting with some nice lookdowns and then having the option to switch to sardines if needed. Been some great inshore trips out here lately in Quepos Costa Rica!

December 2019 Inshore Fishing Report

Inshore has been a blast lately. The sardines JUST showed up, and everybody knows when the sardines are here the snapper and roosterfish come out! Any day now the snook may show up as well, but so far this month we are seeing snapper and roosterfish around pretty thick. With the sardines we get alot more hits, and some small roosterfish too, but remember elephants eat peanuts! I suspect we will find us a near world record roosterfish around the sardines soon, great inshore fishing here in Quepos Costa Rica!

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