Big Marlin fishing out of Quepos Costa Rica

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  1. GringoJohn
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    Location: Quepos Costa Rica

    GringoJohn Fish Slayer



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    Been crazy good offseason fishing here in Costa Rica! Typically, we consider September and October to be our off season fishing months, but man last trip out we nailed the huge Blue Marlin in the first picture! We've also had tons of sailfish hits each trip out, the bottom fishing has been doing really well also. Lots of Group and Snapper out for lunch. Inshore there have been some nice large Roosterfish out, and it's been very flat and dry. Blue water is about 8 miles off the coast now and the fish have been coming right up to the 12-15 miles mark as well! There were quite a few schools of Yellow Fin out a little earlier in the year, but that's kind of winding down now. It's been a blast out here lately, and with our official high season starting in November, I expect the fishing to get better and better. To prepare for that, we've got the boat up right now and we're repainting all the little fish we paint on the bottom of the boat, and we've got a ton of new gear we're putting on as well. Should be a great year, be putting up more fish pictures soon!
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  2. BPL
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    BPL Senior Member

    Strong business you have going there.
    How many people a year do you charter for?
     
  3. GringoJohn
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    GringoJohn Fish Slayer

    A few :) Thanks a ton, I work really hard trying feed the kids :)
     
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