Crocodile Bay Costa Rica
Fishing here is world-class with Sailfish, Striped, Blue and Black Marlin, Dorado, Tuna and Wahoo available offshore. Their fleet of 40 boats, easily accessed from the 850' private pier, includes 24’ center consoles, 27’ offshore center consoles and the 32' and 33’ tower boats, plus the 35' owner's tower boat. Fishing in Costa Rica's Golfo Dulce for Roosterfish, Cubera Snapper, Jack Crevalle, Bluefin Trevally, Sierra Mackerel, Tripletail, and Grouper is excellent throughout the year. They provide a variety of Costa Rica fishing options such as; live bait, trolling, casting, and fly fishing. View the Video »
Costa Rica Fishing Trips
The Pacific coast of Costa Rica has earned the reputation as having one of the largest populations of sailfish found anywhere in the world and Crocodile Bay Lodge is right in the thick of it. It is this fantastic light tackle saltwater species, as well as other larger species, that bring anglers from all over the world to this great fishing location. Complete with large, comfortable guest rooms, excellent cuisine and world class service, this Costa Rica fishing resort is a must do experience for anglers and adventurers alike.
Costa Rica Light Tackle Fishing
For light tackle inshore angling enthusiasts, Crocodile Bay offers fantastic opportunities. Inshore fishing in the flats boats and along the volcanic shore are good all year. Fishing off shore is available 12 months a year, with the months of December through May being the best time for sailfish and June through September being the best for marlin.
Inshore and Offshore Fishing
Crocodile Bay offers the best combination of offshore and inshore fishing available in the world. Hop aboard their Rambo 27-foot inboards or the 33-foot Strike for a thirty minute run to the blue water to catch sailfish (up to 150 lbs.), Blue, Black, and Striped Marlin ( up to 850 lbs.) as well as Wahoo, Dolphin Fish, and Tuna (up to 300 lbs.) It is common to raise 10 to 15 sailfish a day.
Fly from a gateway city in the United States to San Jose, Costa Rica. You'll spend your first night in a first-class hotel in San Jose before taking a regularly scheduled commercial flight to Puerto Jimenez on the Pacific coast. Consistent annual water temperatures between 80 and 83 degrees insure that inshore fishing along the coastline and flats boat fishing the estuaries is good all year. Offshore fishing is available all year, with the months of December through May being best.
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