September 09, 2021 Tamarindo 9 photos
A great variety of fish catches over the last few weeks on the Rainbow Runner and Capullo boats. On many people's bucket list are Rooster fish and our Captains didn't disappoint with several handsome specimens being hooked all of which are released back into the sea. Cubera snapper are around and we have recently caught some Jack Trevally. We love having families on board and giving the kids the chance to catch their own fish. Why not join us for a fishing charter with Capullo Sportfishing on your next family vacation in Tamarindo, Costa Rica.
Based out of the community of Tamarindo Beach, Capullo Sportfishing aims to provide a memorable experience on the northwest Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The seas around Tamarindo are famous for being one of the prime spots for world-class sportfishing in ...
Other reports from this captain
Other reports from this captain
A Fishing Holiday Season in Costa Rica
December 31, 2021
Our Rainbow Runner and Capullo boats have seen an abundance of fish these last few weeks bringing smiles to our clients faces. Some impressive sized marlin and sailfish were caught and released. With the arrival of the pelicans, and bait fish seen jumping at the shore line, we knew we were onto a good thing. Bait balls of yellowfin tuna along with hundreds of dolphins including spinners were frequently encountered close to Tamarindo and many of our clients had the opportunity to haul in a fair few yellowfin. We recently caught a wahoo and we are moving into wahoo season. As usual the mahi mahi were around and giving a good fight. Capullo Sportfishing looks forward to fishing with more of you in 2022. Book now for an adventurous day on the ocean with Captains Manuel & Gerald and First Mate Cheyenne.Continue reading
Capullo Sportfishing Back Out On The Wat
August 3, 2021
2020 was a difficult year for everyone. We are so thankful that this year Costa Rica has tourists coming back and our crew can get out on the boats again. Sailfish and marlin have been prevalent this June & July. Yellowfin tuna have been the eating fish of the season with some good sizes getting caught. Mahi mahi, grouper and roosters are always around along with our fair share of sharks. Thanks to all our returning clients and new clients for joining us at Capullo Sportfishing, Tamarindo. Book now for your next adventure with us.Continue reading
Making Memories on the Capullo
January 4, 2020
The holiday season brought many families together to enjoy a fishing adventure on our 36" Topaz, the Capullo. From first time anglers to experienced anglers we hooked a variety of fish for eating and also big sport billfish. For the table we had a double header mahi mahi hooked by a father and daughter combination. A first time catch of a yellow fin tuna saw a brave teenager fulfill the Costa Rican tradition of eating the heart of the tuna which brings good luck for his next fishing adventure. The same family had two of the brothers reel in their first wahoo together. Another first for the families was hooking a sailfish and a blue marlin. Great fun had by everyone.Continue reading