Offshore World Championships Costa Rica


- IGFA Certified Captain - English / Spanish Speaking , - VHF Radio - Top of the Line Penn International Rods & Reels - A full Tuna tower, - Fighting Chair - An Amazing 13 1/2ft Bean , - Stereo System - Air Conditioning , - Fish Finder - Cabin with bathroom, - Captain & Mate - Twin Cummins 370 HP turbo diesel - Engines running 32 knots, - GPS


Penn International (25-50), SHIMANNO 30, Outriggers, Downrigger, Live Bait Well


Life Jackets, Fire Extinguishers, First Aid Equipment, EPIRB, Liferaft


Crew: Bilingual and Experienced

We are pleased to announce that Reel Deal have been selected to compete at the 2016 Offshore World Championships

Fishing Costa Rica Experts

The Reel Deal is a 33' Strike designed exclusively for Costa Rica Sport fishing. She sports two twin Cummings Diamond Edition engines and is the newest and fastest boat in Quepos. The Reel Deal features an amazing 13 1/2' Beam which accommodates up to 6 anglers in comfort with the only fully air conditioned cabin in Quepos. The Reel Deal is equipped with top of the line Penn International rods and reels. The Reel Deal also offers Quepos top crew with bilingual Captain Glenn Morales and his First Mate Elvis.As reviewed in Trip Advisor and with our client Testimonials it is evident that we know exactly what our customers want when fishing Quepos waters and we do our best to provide it. Beyond the most released species the Pacific Sailfish you will be able to test yourself against the speed and the aggression of all three types of Marlin; Blue, Black and Striped. Big Dorado schools arent uncommon when fishing Quepos waters either. And that is without even mentioning Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Roosterfish and giant Snook.

Reel Deal Boat Quepos

Reel Deal Boat Quepos, Tuna Sport Fishing Quepos are another one of the fish we are allowed to keep if the customer requests. These are also thought by some people to be the best tasting fish caught in these waters, and many customers eat them raw (sushi) after putting them in the cooler for a bit...