Blue water bill fishing, inshore panga fishing, estuary and shore casting with live bait-it’s all available and close. Neighboring Playa Callejones is a protected cove providing ship to shore service to the fishing grounds just 20 minutes off shore- famous for blue, black and striped Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Dorado and Tuna. Callejones also offers panga fishing inshore for Jacks, Snapper and Grouper, and estuary fishing for Mangrove Snapper and Snook with live bait is on the South Point of Playa Junquillal.
For those looking to experience some of the world's finest sportfishing, we'll gladly help you get "hooked" up with the right people! Costa Rica has been called the billfish capital of the world and it is known for its large numbers of yellow fin tuna, snapper, roosterfish, dorado or mahi-mahi, wahoo and sailfish. Whether we set you up with a customized trip on a professionally outfitted boat or you go native with one of our local fishermen, you will not leave without having a great fishing experience.
Panga fishing in
the area can run from 240 dollars per day, with a maximum of 3
people per boat. While there are professional operations available
in the area, some times it is interesting to go local and
hop on a boat to fish with some local ticos. Our staff can
arrange both types of these tours.
Deep Sea Fishing
The Northern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica is among the best sport fishing spots in the world. The waters up here are filled with billfish -- marlin and sailfish -- and dorado (mahi mahi), wahoo, and tuna. Charters can run from 700 - 900 dollars per day for a maximum of four people. Again, contact us as soon as possible to book the charters in advance. While the fishing is great year round, July and August have been particularly strong months as the billfish migrate from the south end of the peninsula.