Quepos Fishing Charters Offshore Fish species in Costa Rica
Mar 1 Sport Fishing Offshore Fish Expect To Do Battle!!!
Quepos Fishing Charters will take you to where these amazing Offshore Fish are Waiting for you to come to do battle with them. Quepos Fishing Charters tend to include doing battle with some of these Giants.
Quepos Fishing Charters Blue Marlin
Quepos Fishing Charters Blue Marlin are one of the largest and most sought after Quepos Fishing Charters Offshore sport fish. Those lucky enough to fight and land one of these offshore monsters will have a fisherman’s tale worth listening too. Famous for its strength and acrobatic jumps, a marlin fighting can last for hours. Blue marlin are the most common of all marlin in Quepos Costa Rica’s offshore waters, though black marlin and even the occasional striped marlin are hooked-up often enough. While normally in the 150-500 lb. range, several have been lucky enough to fight marlin over 900 lbs.
Quepos Fishing Charters BLACK MARLIN
Quepos Fishing Charters Black marlin are very similar to the blue marlin and can be located in the same 70-85 degree tropical Quepos Fishing Charters offshore waters. Although they are usually in the same offshore areas and feed on the same bait fish, the black marlin typically weighs just a bit more than the blues. Black marlin are very dense, round fish and can reach up to 15 feet in length. Like the blue marlin the females are the largest with males ranging in the 200-500 lb.
Quepos Fishing Charters PACIFIC SAILFISH
Quepos Fishing Charters Pacific Sailfish are extremely acrobatic and fast sport fish, the sailfish is a staple of Quepos Fishing Charters while offshore in Quepos Costa Rica. Once hooked, a sailfish will spend half of the fight out of the water twisting and turning as you try to maintain tension on the line. Sailfish are found in huge numbers offshore all over the country, this trophy fish is on the wish list of almost every angler. Sailfish are so abundant here that it is not uncommon to get two or three Sailfish hooked-up at the same time.
Quepos Fishing Charters DORADO (MAHI-MAHI)
Quepos Fishing Charters Dorado (Mahi-Mahi) are colorful and acrobatic fish and also is a favorite Quepos Fishing Charters offshore game fish all over the Americas. While small Dorado’s can be located in-shore around islands and by river mouths the big, hard fighting bulls are found offshore. Once a Dorado is hooked high leaps and lengthy tail walks are a common sight. A colorful and delicious fish, landing a Dorado is a bonus because you get a great fight and even better meal out of it. Dorado over 50 lbs are frequently caught here.
Quepos Fishing Charters YELLOW-FIN TUNA
Quepos Fishing Charters Yellow-Fin Tuna are one of the strongest Quepos Fishing Charters fish in the sea is the Tuna , once hooked-up you’ll see why people refer to tuna as a ‘ball of muscle’. Though not known for its jumping ability, the hard and constant runs of the Yellow-fin Tuna will test anybody’s strength. The fighting may wear you out, but once landed the Yellow-fin Tuna makes for a great meal when you get back to your hotel. While the most commonly hooked tuna are ‘football’ sized, several yellow-fin upwards of 200-300 lbs have been landed here.
Quepos Fishing Charters WAHOO
Quepos Fishing Charters Wahoo without much of an argument, Quepos Fishing Charters anglers and experts agree the Wahoo is the fastest fish in the ocean. Even though Wahoo are found all over the country, they usually travel alone so catching one is always a pleasant surprise. With fast, scorching runs the only thing that is better than the fighting is the fish itself. Because of its elusiveness, the Wahoo is a true delicacy among fisherman. Trolling with live bait is your best bet when trying to catch this speedy, intelligent fish.
Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado are the most prominent offshore fish species but there is always the chance for the massive Yellow-fin Tuna in the 300 pound class caught every year and the Wahoo can reach massive proportions..