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Subject: The Captains Ultimate Deep Sea Adventure Package
(Posted on Nov 27, 2013 at 09:23AM )

Deep Sea Fishing Los Suenos, Costa RicaWinter has arrived and it’s time to book your Costa Rica Sport Fishing Adventure. Go Fishing Costa Rica presents the Captains Ultimate Deep Sea Adventure Package at an unbeatable price.

For 8 Days and 7 Nights you will stay in Jaco, Costa Rica at the spectacular beachfront Morgan’s Cove Resort.  The resort is nestled between the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean and the breathtaking mountain rainforest. Whether you are lounging at the pool, relaxing in your suite, or enjoying the fast pace of the casino floor, you are surrounded by stunning panoramic views. 

On your adventure you will spend two unforgettable days aboard the Rock & Roll, a tricked out 55 foot Hatterus. Once aboard you will depart from Los Suenos, an internationally acclaimed Marina on the Pacific Coast.  The waters here boast record breaking elite species of fish such as Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Wahoo and Roosterfish.

In between your two exhilarating days of fishing, you can explore the coastal beaches and rainforest by ATV or Zip line.  Alternatively, if you just can’t get enough of the ocean, try your hand at surfing in Costa Rica’s warm waters. 

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Subject: Costa Rica Fishing: Releasing a Marlin
(Posted on Nov 26, 2013 at 06:57AM )

Just off the coast of Costa Rica you have been cruising the open water on your charter boat marveling at the coastal scenery and the chase is on for the elite Marlin.

A good captain knows how to handle the boat to keep you battling the Marlin as you fight to reel it in. Remember that the average size of a Blue Marlin is 400 pounds, but an elusive female record breaking fish can reach up to 1,985 pounds!

For many anglers catch and release is the main option unless they catch a record breaking fish. Once the big fish has been exhausted and the angler is able to bring it alongside the boat a release gaff is used to pull the hook out. When releasing the Marlin is the goal, often it will not be pulled onto the boat to avoid the potential for it to thrash around and hurt its self.

Once the Marlin has been released it is free to roam the ocean and may one day come back as a record breaking contender!  

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