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    MARCH 2017 - QUEPOS COSTA RICA FISHING REPORT We have just finished an excellent month Fishing in Costa Rica and a huge thank you to those that Fished with us this month for making it all possible! The main highlights for us in March was the excellent Roosterfish action with lots of Fish in...

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    Hi folks September was a short month for us as we prepared to haul our boat GOOD DAY out for 5 weeks of annual maintenance so that we are ready to go again for high season. We received plenty of afternoon showers which are expected at this time of year but only a few days of the really...
  3. Quepos Costa Rica - March Catch Report

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    MARCH 2016 - QUEPOS COSTA RICA CATCH REPORT A quick round up of the March 2016 activity from Jackpot Sport Fishing, where our boat 'Good Day' hosted 18 Sport Fishing Charters throughout the month from the Marina Pez Vela in Quepos, Costa Rica. The Sailfish fishing was phenomenal in March and...
  4. Quepos Costa Rica - April Catch Report

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    Quepos Costa Rica - APRIL 2016 CATCH REPORT We did 14 charters in April 2016, had mostly great days and just a couple of slow ones. The highlight of the month was competing in the Offshore World Championships from 18-21 April which was an awesome week with 66 teams competing. Other highlights...
  5. Quepos Costa Rica - May Catch Report

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    MAY CATCH REPORT - QUEPOS, COSTA RICA May is one of the slower months of the year for visitors here in Quepos and whilst the huge Sailfish numbers have moved away from our coast there is some fantastic fishing to be had with lots of variety. The stories of the month were the excellent Yellow...
  6. Quepos Costa Rica - June Catch Report

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    We did 10 trips aboard our boat the GOOD DAY during June with a mixture of Offshore & Inshore fishing. We had an epic Black Marlin battle on 18 June with a 73 year old Robert who fought the fish for 2 hours, 10 minutes before the line broke on the 30lb class Sailfish outfit, ouch! The Marlin...