INCOMMUNICADO 31" FEET
Penn International (25-50), SHIMANNO 30 , Outriggers, Downrigger, Live Bait Well
Life Jackets, Fire Extinguishers , First Aid Equipment ,
4 PEOPLE MAX
Crew: Bilingual and
The "Incommunicado" is also a 31' , it is Bertram's "Sportfish" design. The design allows for much comfortable seating and shade. The "Incommunicado" is fully equipped with the latest electronics and finest tackle: Accurate, Shimano & Penn International. These two 31' Bertrams have the fish raising capability and maneuverability coupled with 2 of the best Costa Rican Captains and quality tackle. The odds will be in your favor for the Sport-fishing trip of a lifetime. Sport fishing in style in Costa Rica.
FULL DAY $1500
Sailfish Fishing Costa Rica
two main subspecies of sailfish, Atlantic and
Indo-Pacific, range throughout the warm and
temperate parts of the world's oceans. They are blue
to gray in color with white underbellies. They get
their name from their spectacular dorsal fin that
stretches nearly the length of their body and is
much higher than their bodies are thick. They are
members of the billfish family, and as such, have an
upper jaw that juts out well beyond their lower jaw
and forms a distinctive spear.
The Sailfish (genus Istiophorus) live in all the
world's oceans and are very abundant off the Pacific
coast of Costa Rica. They are blue to gray in color
and have a characteristic sail (dorsal fin) on top,
often stretching the entire length of the back.
Sails are caught year round on Costa Rica's Pacific
coast, but the smaller Atlantic sails (on the
Caribbean side) are now rare. However there are some
special peak months on the Pacific. For the best
Sailfish seasons, see Costa Rica's fishing seasons.
They are found near the ocean surface usually far
from land feeding on schools of smaller fish like
sardines and anchovies, which they often shepherd
with their sails, making them easy prey. They also
feast on squid and octopus. Their meat is fairly
tough and not widely eaten, but they are prized as
game fish. These powerful, streamlined beasts can
grow to more than 10 feet (3 meters) and weigh up to
220 pounds (100 kilograms).