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    Costa Rica Fishing

    A small country, Costa Rica is a friendly place. It is a neutral country in the politics of world powers, so you can leave your worries at home. The only decision you must make is which coast awaits your arrival.

    The Caribbean coast of Costa Rica offers world-class fishing for tarpon and snook. The tarpon has been heralded by fishing writers throughout the world as the King of all gamefish. And with good reason! When the Silver King hits a lure, the water erupts. The tarpon rockets out of the water like a missile, leaping time and time again, twisting and turning and combining those aerial acrobatics with long, tackle tearing runs that test the mettle of any sport angler. These snook abound in the river mouth and surf along the beaches, and calba (fat snook) offer plenty of action as they migrate up the river.

    Along the pacific coast, there is a current that runs along the West Coast of South America northward to Costa Rica, hits the Oso Peninsula and then bends west out to sea. This current brings to the Golfito area abundance and great variety of sport game fish. The mighty Blue and Black Marlin and Pacific Sailfish prowl these waters year round. Add to these Roosterfish, Grouper, Snapper, Jack of all types, Tuna, Tripletail, Dorado, and you will find exciting fishing all year long. So if it is action you crave, then join us for a fishing adventure of a lifetime. Join us in friendly, peaceful Costa Rica.

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