headed down to Costa Rica (quepos) soon and was looking into a fishing charter. Read good reviews about jp sportfishing, but it looks like it could be a “touristy” operation. Many recent reports on their website show only one sailfish per trip and that seems like it would be a long 9 hour trip with one or two fish. Still debating on whether to go offshore or inshore. I guess I would rather go with which ever has the most action. Anyone have any good recommendations for reasonably priced offshore and onshore charters. If inshore, I would like to target roosterfish.
thanks for any advice
"The greatest pleasure is to vanquish your enemies and chase them before you, to rob them of their wealth and see those dear to them bathed in tears, to ride their horses and clasp to your bosom their wives and daughters."
Google The Madam and The Hooker game boat / mothership operation for a taste of the talent Skip brings to the table,
If you still aren't getting a good feel with the above recommendations, there's a really good charter a few hours south in Panama. Called Panafishing. Owners are French, but speak great English.
"Good things come to those that bait."
My biggest fear is that after I die, my wife will sell my fishing gear for the amount I told her I paid for it.