We offer fishing lessons in the pristine calm waters of the Costa Rican North Pacific coast.
Playa Matapalo: https://goo.gl/maps/ASTr6Ghk7kEWgHDW7
Playa Zapotal: https://goo.gl/maps/8gVm21m1q1MUXRkZA
Playa Prieta: https://goo.gl/maps/PcZAmMqRXcuWMqe87
Playa Penca: https://goo.gl/maps/hEfF6HtCEw16GoPZ6
Playa Junquillal: https://goo.gl/maps/KEnE5AwqQS94UcZG6
Locations near the Hotel Riu, Las Catalinas, Flamingo Marina, Tamarindo and Potrero.
Beginner and Intermediate level. We will teach fishing terms and fishing tackle, inshore and reef types of fish in Costa Rica, safe and responsible angling and use of lures, basic fishing techniques.
We will take you to the best local fishing spots of these gorgeous beaches by land, you will learn the types of fish in Costa Rica and the best lures to use.
Learn from local skillful and professional fishermen techniques for fishing right at the shore in Costa Rica! A unique experience for young and old brought to you by CRFC.
Our local expert fishermen provide everything you need to engage in an exciting Costa Rica shore fishing adventure.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Sunblock, sunglasses, hat, UV Protection Clothing, comfortable shoes and water.
WHAT’S THE COST?
The cost is $156 per person on any of the locations available,.
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE LESSON?
Includes all the tackle, fishing gear, lures, bait and all the fishing equipement, fly fishing equipement is available.
IS TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED?
Transportation to the fishing locations is not included, please ask about our transportation options.
About Surf Fishing in Costa Rica
Surf fishing in Costa Rica is a popular activity among anglers looking to catch a variety of fish species from the shore. Costa Rica offers a diverse range of surf fishing opportunities, with a wide variety of fish species that can be caught from the beach.
Some of the most popular species for surf fishing in Costa Rica include Roosterfish, Snook, and Jack Crevalle. Roosterfish are known for their strong, acrobatic fights, and are considered a prized catch among surf anglers. Snook are also popular among surf anglers, as they are known for their stealth and agility. Jack Crevalle are known for their hard-fighting nature and are a popular game fish among surf anglers.
Surf fishing in Costa Rica can be done from the beach or from rock jetties, and many local fishing guides and charters offer surf fishing trips. These guides are knowledgeable about the local waters and can help anglers find the best spots for fishing.
The best time for surf fishing in Costa Rica depends on the species and location, but in general, the best time to target Roosterfish is from December to April and Snook and Jack Crevalle are caught throughout the year. The best places to go surf fishing in Costa Rica are Tamarindo, Playa Hermosa, Jaco, Quepos and Manuel Antonio.
Surf fishing in Costa Rica can be a challenging and rewarding experience, but it’s also important to note that the weather in Costa Rica can be unpredictable and anglers should be prepared for the possibility of rough sea conditions. It is always recommended to check the weather forecast before going out on the water and to dress appropriately for the conditions.