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Tenkara Expeditions in Costa Rica

Tenkara Expeditions in Costa Rica

Art, Tradition, and Sport Combined The ancient Japanese art of tenkara is fly fishing in its very simplest form. A long flexible rod, line, and fly are all one needs to reach a zen-like bliss while gently presenting specially tied flies to selective fish. But modern tenkara has taken its roots from Japanese mountain stream fishing […]

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Costa Rica’s Wild Pacific Coast

Costa Rica’s Wild Pacific Coast

Sailfish, Roosterfish, Marlin, and More on Fly The Pacific Ocean is a vast place. Encompassing over sixty-eight million miles, it holds innumerable species and secrets in its depths. While Costa Rica’s Pacific coast is only 631 miles long, every one is packed with fly fishing opportunities for the intrepid angler. Those who wish to explore […]

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Diversity in the Costa Rican Jungle

Diversity in the Costa Rican Jungle

An Array of Wild Tropical Species in the Lowlands of Costa Rica The rivers crisscrossing the lowland forests of Costa Rica are a hidden gem of fly angling possibilities. Each has its own special characteristics and size, from large fast-moving rapids to small and slow eddying flows, and with that come a host of different […]

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Cloud Forest Trout

Cloud Forest Trout

Catch Wild Rainbows in the High Mountains of Costa Rica Mention Costa Rica to most fishermen and their common reaction is saltwater playground, but an often overlooked fly fishing opportunity lies hidden in the cloud forest shrouded mountains of the Talamancas. The mountainous streams in this part of southern Costa Rica run clear and cold, and many host thriving wild populations of rainbow trout. The […]

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Machaca, Costa Rica’s Fruit Eater

Machaca, Costa Rica’s Fruit Eater

Intense Topwater Fly Fishing in the Costa Rican Jungle A distant relative to the Amazon’s piranha, Brycon costaricensis or the machaca, is an interesting and highly enjoyable fish to pursue on fly. The fish inhabit lakes and fast moving rivers in lowland drainages of Costa Rica. At first glance, the row of ferocious teeth lining the machaca’s grin speaks of a savage predator of smaller fish, and yet […]

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Multiple Day Fly Fishing Experiences

Costa Rica’s Tarpon Combo

Costa Rica’s Tarpon Combo

Experience Tarpon Fly Fishing Diversity Around Costa Rica Costa Rica has long been celebrated as a legendary tarpon destination. One such heralded trophy tarpon hunting ground is the Rio Colorado on the northern Caribbean coast. At key times of the year huge schools of adult tarpon congregate in various river mouths like the Colorado, where […]

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Costa Rica’s Fly Fishing Grand Slam

Costa Rica’s Fly Fishing Grand Slam

An Expedition to Catch Costa Rica’s Most Iconic Gamefish Chasing Costa Rica’s “big three” is a coast-to-coast adventure of legendary proportions. While it can be done in a single day using a helicopter, we’ve expanded our Costa Rican Grand Slam expedition into a week in order to maximize opportunity for success as well as allow […]

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Family & Eco-Travel Adventures

Family & Eco-Travel Adventures

Costa Rica is Not Just Your Typical Fly Fishing Holiday Now that you’ve decided to plan a trip to Costa Rica, there’s a lot more you should know and consider during your visit. Costa Rica offers some of the world’s finest opportunities for eco-tourism, family adventures, and much more. And while some destinations have a […]

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Rio Colorado Tarpon Club

Rio Colorado Tarpon Club

Best Ocean Tarpon Fishing in Costa Rica Many fly anglers dream of catching a large adult tarpon, and Costa Rica´s northern Caribbean coast is one of the best locations on the planet to tick this incredible fish off the bucket list. The coastline consists of sparsely settled rainforest and lagoon systems, where dark volcanic beaches […]

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Blue Marlin in Costa Rica

Blue Marlin in Costa Rica

Hands-On Learning with the Ocean’s Most Powerful Fish Even before Ernest Hemingway graphically depicted the struggle to subdue one of the most iconic gamefish in the history of sport angling, marlin and other billfish have sparked the imagination of anglers around the world. No fish heralds more respect and awe then the legendary blue marlin, and […]

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Student & Youth Travel Experiences

Student & Youth Travel Experiences

Transformative Learning in the Wilds of Costa Rica From the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific coast, Costa Rica is packed with opportunities for learning and personal growth. Well-developed infrastructure, a focus on sustainability, and a safe place to travel make Costa Rica one of the most popular destinations for student groups and educational tourism in […]

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Costa Rica’s Wild Pacific Coast

Costa Rica’s Wild Pacific Coast

Sailfish, Roosterfish, Marlin, and More on Fly The Pacific Ocean is a vast place. Encompassing over sixty-eight million miles, it holds innumerable species and secrets in its depths. While Costa Rica’s Pacific coast is only 631 miles long, every one is packed with fly fishing opportunities for the intrepid angler. Those who wish to explore […]

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Jungle Tarpon Reserve, Costa Rica

Jungle Tarpon Reserve, Costa Rica

Experience Fly Fishing for Giant River Tarpon Like Never Before Many fascinating species of fish inhabit the world’s tropical freshwaters, and Costa Rica is no exception. For a fly fisherman seeking diverse new species or angling situations nothing is more exciting than floating down a new piece of water surrounded in unfamiliar vegetation and scenery, […]

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Tenkara Expeditions in Costa Rica

Tenkara Expeditions in Costa Rica

Art, Tradition, and Sport Combined The ancient Japanese art of tenkara is fly fishing in its very simplest form. A long flexible rod, line, and fly are all one needs to reach a zen-like bliss while gently presenting specially tied flies to selective fish. But modern tenkara has taken its roots from Japanese mountain stream fishing […]

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