With the world class Marina Pez Vela now proudly sitting in the harbour:http://www.ticotimes.net/2018/10/11/marina-pez-vela-luxury-and-authenticity-in-one
During the peak month from November through April it is not unlikely for anglers to release up to fifteen sailfish in a day. While you are out there you also have a good chance of raising a Blue, Black, or Striped Marlin, as well as Dorado(Mahi Mahi), Yellowfin Tuna, and Wahoo.
If inshore bottom fishing is your game, Quepos boosts a world record Snook, caught off of the mouth the Rio Naranjo, and is home to Dog Tooth Snapper, Grooper and Jack Travoli just to name a few.
For those of you who enjoy big game fly fishing there are various companies who specialize in fly fishing for Sailfish, Marlin, and so on.
There are a wide variety of boats working the waters off Quepos and can find accomodating charters in just about every price range. Average rates are as follows:
Half Day Inshore:
starting from $ 550
Full Day Offshore:
Starting from $780
What to bring:
- High Factor Sunscreen
- Sunglasses with croakies cord
- Bilingual captain
- Bilingual mate
- All equipment