As Costa Rica's #1 Authority on Salt Water Big Game Fishing we are pleased to welcome to another season of legendary fishing. For decades and decades the currents in the Pacific feed the Guanacaste coast with bait which in turn kept the bite in the North Pacific. For some reason or another, those currents calmed focusing the bite between the southern tip of the Guanacaste Peninsula and the bay of Puntaraneas. Over the last 2 years we have seen a return of those strong ocean currents that are concentrating the bite up here in North Pacific. Long before the Los Suenos was ever conceived, Costa Rica fishing was focused here in Guanacaste thanks to the proximity to the deep water, diverse structure and incredible bite - it's back and back with a vengeance!
Informed clients are picking up on this as well booking for the boats are up a good percentage over last year. We are excited to see the return of Costa Rica fishing to its birth place - here in Guanacaste. In addition to incredible fishing, a wide variety of boats and crews, anglers are greeted with gorgeous landscapes, incredible friendly people and more affordable lodging and dining options. There is no comparison when it comes to night life and other activities between the Tamarindo, Flamingo and Samara and Carillo and other pars of the country.
Go Fish Costa Rica is the regions authority on all things fishing - they offer a daily updated blog on the bite, are personally connected with each and every boat, captain and crew in the area and are notorious for putting the right anglers with the right boats - our customer service is off the charts.
We welcome you to come and visit us, have a look around on the site - stay up to date on the reports and become part of the legend that is fishing in the North pacific. www.GoFishCR.com is the website and you can always call us toll free 1-888-434-7491 to book your Costa Rican fishing adventure - we put thousands of people on thousands of fish yearly - you can trust us - our reputation speaks for itself.
Hope to see you in Costa Rica soon.
Capt. Chris Watkins