Costa Rica is famous for its sport fishing and there are some excellent charter operators in the area.
The region offers Sailfish, Marlin, Dorado, Tuna, Jacks, Bonito, Sierra Mackerel, Wahoo amongst others, dependent on location and time of year.
Fight for your catch of the day! Put your sport fishing skills to practice and feel the adrenaline rush of fighting a fierce mahi-mahi, yellow fin tuna, marlin, or sailfish during your sport fishing tour. The waters off of the Osa Peninsula in the South Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica are rich in nutrients and there is a great variety of fish for your sport fishing tour. Our local captains of over 10+ years of experience know the hottest areas for fishing and the best time of year. The Osa Peninsula region continues to produce world record catches year after year.
Sport Fishing Around the Osa Peninsula
In the South Pacific Ocean near the Osa Peninsula is where you will find the best blue water fishing anywhere. The Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica is a very special place in the world especially when it comes to Costa Rica fishing. Situated just 30 miles north of the Panama border, its location between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulfo Dulce of Golfito, makes it one of the most nutrient rich coasts, one that offer anglers some of Costa Rica’s best sport fishing. Catch marlin, sails, dorado, wahoo, tuna, roosterfish, tarpon and snook year round.
Sport Fishing Tour Details
The waters of the South Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica are rich in nutrients and there is a great variety of fish for sport fishing. We offer two options: a half-day sport fishing tour and a full day sport fishing tour. During the sport fishing tour you will use our top of line equipment; Shimano poles & Penn Reels to help you catch mahi- mahi, wahoo, tuna fish, macarela, runner, and rooster fish.
Choose between in-shore and off-shore and let our captains, who are local experts with extensive experience in fishing the local area take you to the sport fishing hot spots! During the tour you may observe whales, dolphins, turtles, marine birds and fantastic views of the southern pacific Osa coastline.