Costa Rica Sport Fishing -
Sailfish, Marlin, Tarpon and Snook in Central America
Costa Rica - Central America's sport fishing paradise! Offshore or Inshore, fishing for sailfish, marlin, dorado, roosterfish, tarpon, snook and more. Our fishing resorts include Crocodile Bay Resort, Silver King Lodge and Jungle Tarpon Lodge. You haven't lived until you've experienced the great fishing in Costa Rica. The Pacific Coast provides Costa Rica's most consistently exciting fishing, with sailfish, marlin, tuna, wahoo, roosterfish, mackerel, dorado and snapper being caught regularly. It is the abundance of billfish that has made that area famous, with sailfish and marlin being taken in phenomenal numbers. The canals and rivers of the northern Caribbean Coast boast some of the best snook and tarpon fishing in the world, and they are lined with lush rain forest, which adds to the natural experience.
Costa Rica is the home of Silver King Lodge. Tarpon are fought on new boats in
open water or from Carolina Skiffs on the rivers. New boats and the best guides on the east coast of Costa Rica.
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Costa Rica Sailfish, Marlin, Dorado, Roosterfish, Snook and more await you at Crocodile Bay Lodge. These folks know how to put you on the fish with trophy inshore or offshore sportfishing action! This lodge is first class. Crocodile Bay Lodge »
For anglers on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica, Tarpon is the primary target. Nothing can quite compare to 100 pounds of pure muscle leaping from the water, making you and your drag scream! Visit Jungle Tarpon Lodge to catch giant Tarpon.
Costa Rica Fishing Vacations
Costa Rica is home to some of the best sportfishing and deep sea fishing in the world, with over 79 world records to its credit. Be prepared to catch Yellow Fin Tuna, Black Fin Tuna, Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, Sailfish, Dolphin, Grouper, Snapper, Roosterfish, Snook, dorado and more! The high season in Costa Rica, December through April, is the dry season. The rainy season, which lasts from May to November, usually sees sunny mornings, with rain showers in late afternoon and evening. Costa Rica is often compared to Switzerland and Hawaii because of its mountains and forests. Unlike many areas of Mexico, Central and South America, Costa Rica remains beautiful and warm year-round. This is partly because it borders the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Atlantic Ocean on the east, and has a string of towering volcanoes on the Central Plateau. Combine all this and you have a unique tropical paradise with 11 climatic zones and world class sport fishing in Costa Rica.