Costa Rica...an angler's paradise
Giant marlin, sailfish beyond number, high-jumping tarpon, record-class snook and a dozen or more hard hitting fresh water species Costa Rica has them all! Fishing just does not get any better than you will find in friendly, peaceful Costa Rica. Costa Rican Maps, Captain Wayne Andrew and the staff of Andrew's Charter arrange fishing charters to Jaco, Costa Rica. This town of Jaco, located in the center of fishing on the central west coast of the country, offers a wide variety of accommodations and activity including the superb fishing found right off its shores. The beauty of the terrain, and the natural wonders of Manuel Antonio National Park, make this a popular destination for traveling anglers and non-fishing companions. Billfish are the main focus of most visiting anglers and are never disappointment from around December through April. Some sails and marlin are available within a 12 to 20 miles run to the blue water where most of the billfish travel.
The fishing season for this area are as follows:
October is normally the top month, but also good in September and November. Blues and rare blacks can be found throughout the year, however, further from the regular area.
Middle of December to the end of April when they are moving north. Big schools move in October.
Found throughout the year as they are all along the Pacific coast, but most abundant from June to September.
Not common in the area around Jaco, but more abundant in the late summer further south in the Drake Bay area.
Late May when the winter rains starts.
A fully equipped condominium located just five minutes outside of the port town of Jaco, Costa Rica and just 30 miles from the world famous Manuel Antonio National Park, Hotel Pueblo Real offers luxurious suites in a calm secluded area. more...