Fishing Report December 3, 2010

LET’S START NORTH AND WORK OUR WAY SOUTH.

 

Capt. Lee in Tamarindo says that water temp has been in the low 80’s, and the Marlin bite has been pretty consistent for the past week or so.  Several boats report raising and releasing multiple billfish per trip.  Blue and Striped marlin have provide the majority of the action along with Sailfish and a very scattered Dorado bite. Sea states have been variable; some days are slick calm, other days we run South to find calmer waters.  All in all, the fishing is very consistent!

 

 

Petra in Tamarindo let’s us know that Salsa has had action with grouper and roosterfish, and thee Talking Fish caught a nice wahoo and a dorado on a half day.

 

 

 

 

60 LB Snapper Los Suenos Marina

 

Fishing out of the Los Suenos Marina yesterday a 10 year old boy who weighs 60 pounds caught a 59 pound snapper,  it was caught at 26’s. Thanks Laura. 

 

Let’s go about as far south as you can go,  in Golfito, some friends living in La Cuesta spent a day offshore/inshore last Sunday, and had a more than memorable day.  One guy went and bought an outdoor grill after the trip !  They were approx. only 6 miles off Punta Banco( Pavones), and they trolled rapalas and a few plastics that were slammed repeatedly by dorado, big ones, and then they got into a few birds, and the yellow fin tuna , up to 50 lbs., could not be kept off the lines. Alonzo Paniagua, local expert mechanic, said it was one of the best times he’s had in a boat. His wife was in the house when he said it.  The boys then went back inside, as they had a lot of fish that needed attention, but stopped at a spot where there were a few rocks. There they caught 3 respectable snappers with their 5 live sardinas, and it was time to head in and purchase extra large Zip-Lock freezer bags.



Thanks and Tight Lines!!!

 

 


An invitation for ALL!


The 4th Annual Tamarindo / Flamingo Raft-Up is an all day beach party event that takes place at Playa Minas Dec 12, 2010.  Participants are able to drive to the event or hop aboard one of the many boats departing Tamarindo or Flamingo bay.  Upon arrival party-goers are met with a fully catered BBQ, music by The Leatherbacks, games, beverages, and plenty of good times.  Don’t miss out on one of the areas best shindigs! 

 


Proceeds from the event benefit several local charities as well as local law enforcement, The Surf Rider Foundation, beach clean-up, and The Tamarindo Nautical Assoc.  Tickets can be purchased in Tamarindo from La Paz School (2654-4532) and Marie’s Restaurant.  Boats leave at 9:00am, party ends at sunset!


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