Encounters with the Many Fish of Costa Rica: Sport Fishing off the Pacific Coast

These Crocodile Bay guests went offshore fishing for a day and caught a diversity of fish in the Pacific Ocean. The waters of the Osa Peninsula are abundant!

Headed out to the open waters of the Pacific Ocean to go fishing
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Sport fishermen headed offshore into the open waters for a day of fishing!

Blue Trevally caught in the Osa Peninsula
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Look, it’s a Blue Trevally.

Dorado caught in the Osa Peninsula
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Proud angler caught a Dorado.

Adam Vinatieri with Crocodile Bay's Fishing Director Todd Staley
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Adam Vinatieri with Crocodile Bay Fishing Director Todd Staley and their tiny catch!

Sailfish Hooked in the Pacific Ocean
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Sailfish hooked on the line!

Successful Catch and Release of a Sailfish
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Sailfish being reeled in to be released back into the open waters.

Saltwater Catfish caught in the Osa Peninsula
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Saltwater Catfish hooked at the dock.

 

Iguana Reef Rooster caught while sport fishing
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This fishermen caught an Iguana Reef Rooster! What a cutie!

Snook caught in the Osa Peninsula
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Look, I caught a snook!

Swimming with a Rooster fish
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Chance close encounter with a Rooster Fish while swimming in the Osa Peninsula.

 

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