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Fishing Report

Costa Rica Fishing Reports from Rio Colorado Lodge

Fishing Report Week Ending May 13, 2015
We've said many times it just takes a day, sometimes hours to make a difference. Our last weeks fishing report was full of anglers catching tarpon. This week we had 4 guests from Louisiana - Paul Cummings, Don Mouton, David Allemond and Jason Bodin were skunked, probably the day they left, the locals were catching boat loads of fish....They'll be back to try again because you just can't beat the accomodating staff, and the great meals prepared at the Lodge.

Fishing Report Week Ending May 6, 2015
WE HAVE A RECORD NUMBER OF JUMPED TARPON!!! 50 tarpon were jumped in 3 1/2 hours!! REALLY! Gregory Buck and David Winkler visited for a couple of days at the end of April. They jumped 77 tarpon between 130 to 170 lbs. Of those 77, they brought 15 to the boat for release. They also caught 4 sharks, and 1 jack. Regular guests Dr. Wally Lebrun and Aurora fished for 1 and 1/2 days. They were fishing for tuna and wahoo, but instead ended up jumping 2 tarpon, bringing one 45 pounder to the boat for release. They also caught 1 jack. The weather is hot, with minimal rain fall.

Fishing Report Week Ending May 6, 2015
Carlito Artmann & Isomar Martinichen from Brazil jumped 26 tarpon between 50 to 150 lbs. They brought 14 of those tarpon to the boat for release. They also caught 1 jack and 1 shark. Julio Cesar & Juan Porucini from Argentina jumped 41 tarpon between 60 to 200 lbs. They brought 22 tarpon to the boat for release. They also caught 2 jack, 2 barracuda and 2 sharks. Many time fly fishing guests Rick Murphy from Colorado Springs, CO was back after being away far too long due to shoulder surgery. Rick jumped 14 tarpon between 60 to 125 lbs fly fishing. He brought 3 of the tarpon to the boat for release, and he also caught 4 jacks. Welcome back Rick! Fujito Sugai from Japan jumped 20 tarpon between 90 to 140 lbs. He brought 8 tarpon to the boat for release. He also caught 2 jacks and 1 shark. Weather and fishing are red hot with very little rain fall.

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