Tuesday, August 23, 2011

It's been a long time since we've written...

...but that's a good thing. We've been busy with folks fishing 1/2 days and full days. As you know, we have been also busy opening our new property in Tamarindo. www.TamarindoMirador.com That has absorbed a lot of time, hence our lack of frequent posts here. We have been fishing a lot this year, and every day out has been an adventure; of course, there's been some days that have been long & hard, and even some days with nothing; but as I look back over my calendar of who's been with us; I primarily see good numbers of billfish, mainly Sails, with more and more Mahi's being caught as the year progresses. The Tuna have been pretty slim until recently, where the numbers have been abundant, we have of course conserved, capping ourselves at 8 per day. The Marlin bite was strong in May and July. When there are Sails around, we're raising 6 - 10, and catching & releasing 1/2 of that amount. The Mahi have been slowing working there way in, and with the increasing rainfall, and estuaries dropping the valuable debris in the water, their numbers should increase. The wahoo's still haven't shown their fins on our boat, but there are a few being caught in the area - just a matter of time. The inshore bite has continued to be a good backup plan, with numerous grouper, snapper and Roosters being caught. I hope to make a few posts more often, but if you don't hear from us, let us hear from you! www.GoFishCR.com

Friday, April 8, 2011

Great Numbers


The Go Fish crew along with Mr and Mrs Chatterton raised 5 sails releasing 2, had a good go with a nice sized Blue Marlin which worked its way off the hook and a couple of Mahi Mahi up to boot! Look like this spring will be legendary once again. Visit us at www.GoFishCr.com for special pricing and more details.

Pura Vida and Tight Lines
Capt. Chris

Saturday, April 2, 2011

The Bill Fish Are Hot


Go Fish continues to see multiple Sails and Marlin daily. Judd and Robert landed this nice 90 pound Pacific Sailfish on full day yesterday after raising several others. The bite is hot and the weather is perfect. Warm water temps and light winds are keeping anglers happy. Visit us at www.GoFishCr.com for more details on booking your Costa Rican fishing experience. Find out why Guanacaste Costa Rica remains amongst the top traveling angling destinations on the planet!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

The Men in Blue Jackets are hanging out in Guanacaste


John Curry and crew aboard Go Fish had another multi-Marlin day - releasing this 350+ pounder. The weather and water s perfect. Guanacaste remains #1 traveling angler's Costa Rican destination for a reason. Book your trip with Go Fish today! WWW.gofishcr.com or call us directly at 1-888-434-7491.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Now That's Fishing


Guanacaste, long known as the best Central American fishing destination is living up to that title once again. The Go Fish Crew has been busy keeping anglers pumping and grinding on marlin and sailfish nearly everyday. Yesterday, Go Fish hooked 3 blues well over 300 pound and released a nice 350 or so. Also in the mix were a couple of sails raised as well as a couple of dorado up as well.

Stay tuned... new details on Go Fish's Mirador Bed and Breakfast - www.Tamarindomirador.com

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Looking Good!

Christopher and Melissa Harbuck spent the day with Go Fish and all was well with the world. We found nice blue water, light winds and some fish. Early in the day we came across a nice pair of big sails and brought them behind the boat for some action. An hour or so later we found the man in the blue jacket. heading south in front of Playa Azul our starboard teaser was massacred by a 350 + pound blue that just couldn't find a hook. Chris' mouse trap pattern kept the monster in the spread for 3 more passes. Sometimes the big boys rule the party whether you like it not! Everyone had a shot on reel with some tuna and a good was had by all. We'll report back for tomorrow's trip.

Tight Lines,
Chris, Peter and the Go Fish Team.

Monday, November 29, 2010

1/2 Day with Jordan Ellis Was Promising

A short 1/2 day with Jordan Ellis brought some action. The bill fish are certainly out in front - we spotted several sails, with one up and a nice sized striped marlin on for a little less than a minute. The water is clearing up and things are looking good. Visit www.gofishcr.com for more information.