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Costa Rica

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Tom Benson
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Costa Rica

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Post by Tom Benson » Sat Nov 28, 2020 4:06 pm

Folks.......
any information regarding Salt / freshwater , fishing in this ; wonderland
Tom

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Re: Costa Rica

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Post by sms » Sat Nov 28, 2020 9:21 pm

I’ve been in Playa Garza and Zancudo. Neither of the guides are operating anymore thou. What are you after? Inshore stuff or bluewater?

I have to say I love Zancudo. Almost got to a surface eating school of tuna or skipjack with a SOT kayak. Did catch my first dorado (mahi, dolphin) from it. Next day went out with a super panga (CC really) with a great Capt from Texas. No target species (tuna) in sight so we trolled teasers. Caught one sail. Broke 167lb bite tippet with a ~450lb blue marlin. Caught a triple tail for supper. There’s also roosters, but what I did not know to go after were the Jack Crevalles that hang around near the tip of Zancudo. Loved the nature there and that it was not crowded (in 2009).
I'm here just for the chicks.

-Sakke

Tom Benson
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Re: Costa Rica

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Post by Tom Benson » Thu Dec 03, 2020 10:01 am

:upside: Sakke,
haven't decided yet on , either Pacific Coast or Carib Coast .... I know lots of folk who have visited both ; leaving me to explore the
possibilities further. Because of my interest in Wildlife & Conservation matters , might be better if I stay away from the Interior ?
Any further information ......
Tom

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