As I Promised, As The Reports Come In!

The Captain of the 42′ Custom out of Los Suenos just sent this report in!  Thanks Capt. Great Report!

Fishing out of Los Suenos is showing signs of improvement.  For the past month, bites from medium sized 150-250 pound  blue marlin have saved many days.   Along with the striped marlin, sailfish and scattered black marlin, there have been enough billfish around to give everyone a turn on the rod.   Many boats have averaged landing at least one marlin every day that they have fished for the last two months.

This past week reports started coming in south of Quepos that the sailfish are starting to get thick.   We took the 42′ Custom down to Drake’s Bay for a couple days to check it out.   We ended up with over 50 sails and 5 big tuna, including one over 140 pounds.

Hopefully that sailfish bite will keep heading north and we can get into some consistent double digit days of sailfish.

Over the past two years, the best of the sailfishing hasn’t even begun until well into March with the best fishing in April/May.  Looks like that will be the case this year also!

Sounds like a great season still to come in Costa Rica!!

 

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