Puerto Jimenez, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica with Mar 1 Sport fishing
Puerto Jimenez, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Located on the Osa Peninsula on Costa Rica's South Pacific Coast. The Gulfo Dulce is the deepest tropical gulf in the world and it is teaming with life. Sighting of dolphin, whales, and turtles are a regular occurrence, not to mention the hundreds of fish species.
The Osa is also home to Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica's largest national park as well as:
Tropic Fins Adventures in Puerto Jimenez
Tropic Fins Adventures is here to provide you with the ultimate saltwater sport fishing adventure. Whether you are seeking big fish or numbers of fish, and regardless of novice or experienced, we are here to meet all your needs with a customized trip full of personal service and attention.
With Cory's thirteen years of experience as a professional guide, he has the education, passion and love of sport fishing to make this an unforgettable trip. Captain Cory strives to be fresh, innovative, and adaptable, anything but standard. We'll tailor the trip entirely to fit your needs, which is completely different from the structured schedule you are required to follow in a large lodge setting. The Tropic Fins season runs from December to May. We look forward to you joining us here on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula!
Fishing out of Puerto Jimenez
The Golfo Dulce and nearby Pacific Ocean are a world class fishery. Whether it's inshore, offshore or both, you won't be disappointed with the quality of fishing. Inshore fishing takes place in the gulf and coastal waters outside the gulf. Awesome fishing is literally at your front door. Although Roosterfish are the primary target, there are a number of other species to be caught. A variety of Snapper are available, including 40 plus pound Cuberas, Jacks of all kinds, Barracuda, and Mackerel to name a few.
Whether it’s slow trolling live bait, bottom fishing, jigging or casting poppers, you will be sure to have a bent rod and a sweat on. Offshore fishing can be as close as the mouth of the gulf (10 miles from Puerto Jimenez), depending on where the “blue water” is. Fish can almost always be found within 10 miles. Sailfish are plentiful, but there is always the chance of an interruption from a Marlin, Tuna, Wahoo or Dorado (Mahi-Mahi or Dolphin fish). These species can also be targeted if you are looking for table fare, but all billfish are released. The potential for 15 to 20 fish days is not uncommon with 5 to 10 sailfish releases being the norm.
A fishing lodge running 10 to 20 boats needs to be tightly structured. You fish on lodge time schedules. Running a single boat charter allows us to design a trip especially for you and your guests. The fishing day will be tailored to your liking. Hard-core anglers can choose to be the first on the water or the last to come in. For those wanting a more relaxed day, we can start whenever you make it down to the boat.
You will hear stories of captains detouring people from fishing inshore, or not willing to change methods or locations when the fishing is slow. My goal is to fish for what you want to catch, and use my experience in all areas to put you on action throughout the day. I am very much a member of the “no yelling” school of guiding. My goal is to make your trip productive and fun. At trip end my hope is that your expectations have been exceeded, you have a smile on your face, tired arms, and some knowledge to have improved your fishing skill.
Book your Trip to Fish the Osa Peninsula today with Mar 1 Sport fishing