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roosterfish
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24
Sep-2013

Roosterfish are the single most exciting inshore fishing catch. They are, by far, the main attraction for inshore fishermen in Costa Rica. This type of fish are found lurking around the rocky bottoms and they are no easy catch. They are all muscle, making them spunky to land but terrible to eat. They can be […]

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sailfish
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24
Sep-2013

Costa Rica has two subspecies of sailfish, the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific. They are blue to gray in top color and white on their underbellies. Their name comes from their dorsal fin that stretches about the length of their body. It is much higher than their body is thick. Sailfish are in the billfish family, so […]

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bluemarlin
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24
Sep-2013

Blue Marlin are found in Costa Rica year-round. The months of January to mid September are the most prominent. The Blue, Black, and Striped varieties are found near migrating sailfish. The blue marlin is beautiful and the largest of the Pacific marlins. In fact, they are one of the biggest fish in the world. Females […]

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yellowfin_tuna
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24
Sep-2013

The yellowfin tuna is large compared to other tunas. They can reach 6 feet, the size of a tall man. It’s body is strong and is deepest under the dorsal fin. Adults have a very long second dorsal fin. A band of scales form a circle around the body just behind the head. They have […]

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