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Subject: Using A Spin Cast Rod In Los Suenos
(Posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 04:28PM by Lee Byard)

los suenos costa ricaSport fishing is thrilling.

It can also, however, be frustrating for inexperienced anglers - especially if they choose the wrong rods while in Los Suenos.

Travelers planning their first Costa Rica vacations must think of more than charter shipslodgings and fishing reports. They must instead consider their tackle options.

Rely on spin cast rods.

Spin cast rods are lightweight options, with compact grips and flexible poles. They adapt well to the Central Pacific, accommodating medium-strength lures and providing exceptional tension (which is essential while battling the area's many fierce fish). Their streamlined designs make them easy to master and their push button releases prove ideal for first-time anglers, especially young children.

Consider a spin cast rod while in Los Suenos. Use it to track Snooks, Groupers and other marine creatures. It’s a simple, but effective, tackle tool that will enhance every sport fishing vacation.
Subject: What Is The Difference Between Fishing Poles And Rods?
(Posted on Dec 7, 2013 at 08:29AM by Lee Byard)

fishing los suenosEvery sport has its great debates. Is football won with offense or defense? Is the designated hitter rule a liability? Which basketball league reigns supreme?

Fishing isn’t exempt from this clash of opinions. Los Suenos anglers instead argue over key terminology - is it a fishing pole or a fishing rod?

The answer is easy to find.

According to the Fishing Loft, poles and rods are two separate entities, defined by their materials. Poles are recognized for their natural elements. They’re often shaped by cane, reed, bamboo or similar woods, making them flexible and lightweight. Rods, however, are manmade composites, blending kevlar, boron, fiberglass or graphite. This offers them greater durability and easier mounting.

Poles and rods are not interchangeable. Their constructions and tensile strengths instead differ - due both to their materials and their designs. It’s important to remember this when chartering ships along Los Suenos. Request the proper tackle equipment and don’t swap one option for the other.

Contact Costa Rica Fishing Adventures for suggestions on which tackles to use and how to use them.
Subject: The Disadvantage Of Using A Barrel Swivel In Los Suenos
(Posted on Dec 6, 2013 at 06:46AM by Lee Byard)

fishing los suenosA twisted line is a useless line.

Trying to capture fish along the coast of Los Suenos is no easy task, especially as filaments bend and break. Anglers struggle with every ray-finned, bill-nosed breed - only to lose the fight as their cables snap.

This is an unfortunate effect of bad luck and barrel swivels.

A barrel swivel is the most common connector, its ball-jointed body used often to attach leaders to lines. It’s a compact device, with double rings and metal-cast riggings. Its low cost and light weight makes it an angler favorite.

Its tendency to let lines twist, however, quickly makes it a failure.

The barrel swivel is not a recommended choice for Los Suenos, generating friction between leaders and lines. It causes cables to repeatedly turn, eventually knotting them to the point of breaking. This process is quickened in Costa Rica, due to the size and strength of the breeds found there.

When chartering a ship rely on other swivels, such as the crane swivel or ball-bearing swivel. Question captains and crews to verify their tackle choices, and visit local terminal shops to choose the appropriate options.

Seek out Marlins, Wahoos and other creatures without a fear of ruined lines and lost attachments.
Subject: Using A Crane Swivel In Los Suenos
(Posted on Dec 5, 2013 at 07:06AM by Lee Byard)

fishing los suenosTrying to snag Marlins and Mahi-Mahis is no easy feat, especially if an angler finds himself without a crane swivel.

While sailing the shores of Los Suenos fishermen will face many trials - unpredictable currents, predatory breeds and a rocky collection of reefs, inlets and tidal pools. These elements threaten to undo every deep sea expedition, snapping lines and bending rods.

A crane swivel, however, can provide relief.

A crane swivel is a small, double-ringed device. It’s intended to support leaders or sinkers, allowing them to more securely attach to fishing lines. Its jointed body lets it move freely beneath the water, and a balanced design eliminates concerns of tangling.

Due to the ferocity of many Los Suenos breeds, as well as the unique underwater terrains, charter captains will often recommend crane swivels to passengers. These items adapt to fighting Marlins, Dorados or Sailfish and keep every line secure. No longer fear twisted filaments or broken cables.

To learn more about crane swivels click here.

To schedule a Los Suenos fishing adventure click here.
Subject: What Is Terminal Tackle?
(Posted on Dec 4, 2013 at 10:27AM by Lee Byard)

fishing los suenosAn angler is only as successful as his equipment. This is the unfortunate truth of fishing in Costa Rica. Strong Pacific waves, sudden storms and endless continental shelves challenge even the most experienced sportsman.

Trying to combat the elements isn’t easy and, without the proper tackle, it’s impossible.

When sailing along the coast of Los Suenos be prepared with the right terminal tackle.

What is terminal tackle? This term defines the angling equipment that’s attached to casting or trolling lines. It includes circle hooks, sinkers, swivels, lures, wire leaders and more. It also encompasses live bait, such as the popular minnows or mackerels. No angler can succeed without using this tackle correctly in the Central Pacific.

Knowledge, therefore, is power - so question charter services about their terminal options. Be aware that there are countless fish in Los Suenos and all have unique requirements. Different items and strategies will be needed every day.

To learn more about terminal tackle contact Costa Rica Fishing Adventures!
Subject: Choosing Appropriate Rods and Reels For Costa Rican Dorados
(Posted on Dec 3, 2013 at 07:04AM by Lee Byard)

fishing los suenosThe Dorado is a fisherman’s favorite. This ray-finned breed flits close to the surface, dazzling with its electric colors and arched scales. Its compact body weaves quickly through the currents, making it a challenge to catch.

Without the proper rods and reels, however, that challenge becomes an impossibility.

Before setting sail from Los Suenos every angler should create a tackle checklist. Prepare for Dorado expeditions with:

30-pound class trolling rods.
30-pound microfilament lines.
25-pound spinning rods.
20-pound casting reels.
50-pound testing wires.
Circle hooks.
Utilize these rods and reels while fishing for Dorados. Contact charter services to verify their terminal tackle options, and don’t be afraid to request these particular items. They’ll help to ensure successful tours again and again.
Subject: The Captains Ultimate Deep Sea Adventure Package
(Posted on Nov 27, 2013 at 09:23AM )

Deep Sea Fishing Los Suenos, Costa RicaWinter has arrived and it’s time to book your Costa Rica Sport Fishing Adventure. Go Fishing Costa Rica presents the Captains Ultimate Deep Sea Adventure Package at an unbeatable price.

For 8 Days and 7 Nights you will stay in Jaco, Costa Rica at the spectacular beachfront Morgan’s Cove Resort.  The resort is nestled between the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean and the breathtaking mountain rainforest. Whether you are lounging at the pool, relaxing in your suite, or enjoying the fast pace of the casino floor, you are surrounded by stunning panoramic views. 

On your adventure you will spend two unforgettable days aboard the Rock & Roll, a tricked out 55 foot Hatterus. Once aboard you will depart from Los Suenos, an internationally acclaimed Marina on the Pacific Coast.  The waters here boast record breaking elite species of fish such as Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Wahoo and Roosterfish.

In between your two exhilarating days of fishing, you can explore the coastal beaches and rainforest by ATV or Zip line.  Alternatively, if you just can’t get enough of the ocean, try your hand at surfing in Costa Rica’s warm waters. 

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Subject: Costa Rica Fishing: Releasing a Marlin
(Posted on Nov 26, 2013 at 06:57AM )

Just off the coast of Costa Rica you have been cruising the open water on your charter boat marveling at the coastal scenery and the chase is on for the elite Marlin.

A good captain knows how to handle the boat to keep you battling the Marlin as you fight to reel it in. Remember that the average size of a Blue Marlin is 400 pounds, but an elusive female record breaking fish can reach up to 1,985 pounds!

For many anglers catch and release is the main option unless they catch a record breaking fish. Once the big fish has been exhausted and the angler is able to bring it alongside the boat a release gaff is used to pull the hook out. When releasing the Marlin is the goal, often it will not be pulled onto the boat to avoid the potential for it to thrash around and hurt its self.

Once the Marlin has been released it is free to roam the ocean and may one day come back as a record breaking contender!  

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Subject: Costa Rica Fishing Report Reveals Marlin, Sailfish and Mahi Mahi Increases
(Posted on Nov 16, 2013 at 09:59AM by Lee Byard)

los suenos fishingAnglers, rejoice! The November fishing season has arrived, bringing waves of Striped Marlin, Sailfish and Mahi Mahi to the Central Pacific.

According to the 2013 Fishing Report, this is the month of marine predators. Along the coast of Los Suenos aggressive breeds, such as the Striped Marlin and the Sailfish, have been spotted, with anglers having to rely on exceptional skills and more than a little luck to chase them down.

As the water temperatures rise and the tourist population decreases, Costa Rica’s central region becomes host to a variety of fish. These creatures are all massive-boned and fierce, willing to challenge any lure that comes between them and their prey. Tracking them is no easy task, but the 2013 Fishing Report already lists successful charter ventures. These creatures can be caught. Patience and support from an experienced crew is simply needed.

Discover the thrill of November fishing. Charter a ship today and discover what waits beyond Los Suenos.

Subject: Striped Marlin Fishing Charters In Costa Rica
(Posted on May 16, 2013 at 02:49PM by Lee Byard)

Marlin fishing in Costa Rica is common. The breed dominates the Central Pacific, weaving along the shoreline and tempting anglers from across the globe. 

Those same anglers, however, may not be aware that Blue Marlins and Black Marlins are not the only available fish to find. Instead they have a striped sibling.

The Striped Marlin is a massive creature, often exceeding nine feet and weighing up to five hundred pounds. It features a distinctive shape, with an elongated bill and wide dorsal fins. Its name derives from the series of stripes that run along its sides. Their deep coloring is stark and striking.

A Striped Marlin is powerful, quick and relentless. This makes it a challenge to chase and an unlikely breed to catch, especially for novices. Choosing a Costa Rica fishing charter, like the Good Day, is strongly recommended. 

These ships are tailored for offshore fishing. Travelers will discover top shelf tackle and gear on-board, with collections of conventional, light and fly casting rods adapting to every need. Options like fighting chairs and outriggers provide support, while experienced crews effortlessly navigate the sea. Marlin fishing in Costa Rica becomes an obtainable adventure, rather than wasted hours and broken lines. 

Choose a Los Suenos charter, like the Good Day, for a successful trip.
Book an exclusive offshore tour on the Good Day.
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