Crocodile Bay Costa Rica Octobers Report We’ve just recieved a recent fishing report from our good friend Todd Staley, lodge owner/manager at the Crocodile Bay resort in Costa Rica. Read the full report below…
There is a reason Crocodile Bay Resort closes every year in October. One is because we need to do some deep cleaning on the boats, bottom paint and do a tune up on the motors. The other reason is why I am writing this under an umbrella. October is our rainiest month.
Just before the rain started, Crocodile Bay used their open schedule to invite a group of 14 kids from the local high school out to explore the gulf on two Strike Yachts. The kids got a chance to see pods of dolphins and three humpback whales! (see the full photo series on our Facebook page) The young crew returned to the Crocodile Bay pier with smiles on their faces and a new perspective on ocean life.
By the first of November we are starting to move into the dry season and the days are sunny and if the rain falls, it is usually at night. Dorado move in offshore and hungry marlin who love to slurp down dorado and football sized tuna also move in.
Inshore fishing in November is always good with roosterfish, snapper, and other reef fish to target. The Golfo Dulce has been free of net fishing for over a year now and the fish populations are recovering nicely.
So if you are looking for an awesome fish filled fishing holiday for the whole family then look no further than Crocodile Bay in Costa Rica, you will not be disappointed. The whole family will be treated very well by the staff onsite so if you want to go out fishing don’t worry about the family, they will be taken care of.
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