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Mid April 2018
Been different out there everyday! Sometimes we are seeing lots of YellowFin Tuna, and then the next day it'll be sailfish, and then a bunch of Marlin, both blue and black. Very varied offshore fishing. I'd say the most common fish out there have been the big schools of YellowFin Tuna that we are seeing around. Dorado have also been around alot more this month than any April i can remember. Weather has been good, except for one rain day this month, and the ocean has stayed flat for us. Great offshore fishing here in Quepos Costa Rica!
Early March 2018
I don't think we have ever seen so many YellowFin Tuna right out there in front of Quepos. Just huge schools of spinner dolphins everywhere, usually over an acre, with thousands of dolphins jumping, birds feeding, flying fish cruising along the surface, usually to their doom, and most importantly, big YellowFin Tuna below them! Around the schools and while we look for the schools there are some sailfish out, usually releasing a few each trip. A few big Marlin and a few dorado each week, but the big story has been the YellowFin Tuna. Great big schools Sushi swimming out there, we will bring the wasabi and soy, right in front of Quepos Costa Rica!
Quepos Inshore Fishing Report:
Late April 2018
Inshore fishing has been a ton of big roosterfish lately, and then this last week in April we are seeing alot more dogtooth or Cubera snappers than usual. The night bait has been going really well, we've had bait everyday this week so far that Johnny's dad catches, and the night bait has been super effective so we haven't had to look for any more. Great inshore fishing here in Quepos Costa Rica!
Early March 2018
Been a good but different year out there. Usually this time of the year we are seeing lots of smaller roosterfish. But right now we are seeing a few really really nice roosterfish each trip. Look at the size on the one up top! That is a big trophy roosterfish! Snook still hasn't happened yet, so it's still coming. We have had a few snook days, but before the end of our dry season they have to come out of the rivers and spawn, so any day we will start hitting the snook hard. And then there have been some cubera and grouper around too. Not too many, but enough that we are getting food fish most trips too. Great inshore fishing here in Quepos Costa Rica!
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