1. Enjoy Fishing in Jacó, Costa Rica with Captain Michael
  2. Enjoy Fishing in Jacó, Costa Rica with Captain Michael
  3. Enjoy Fishing in Jacó, Costa Rica with Captain Michael

Enjoy Fishing in Jacó, Costa Rica with Captain Michael

Enjoy Jacó, Costa Rica by boat! Go fishing in Jacó, Costa Rica on a 34' "Epic" Sport Fisherman for $1600 USD per day. Boat comes with all fishing gear, bait and tackle. EPIC is the ultimate fishing machine for Costa Rica. A custom L &H; walk around express designed and built around a “no excuses” idea for pursuing your trophy catch inshore and offshore. It is completely rigged with everything necessary for safety, fun and a successful charter fishing experience. Twin 330 HP Cummins diesels push its deep V hull to a 28 kt. cruise, providing a quick, comfortable dry run to the fishing grounds. EPIC boat is a 34’ L.O.A and spacious 12’2’ wide beam, which make it a very stable and comfortable charter boat while running, at rest or troll, and an ideal platform for offshore bait and switch trolling, fly-fishing, jigging or popping. It features a huge 180 sq. ft. spacious cockpit, boasting two fighting chairs for the multiple hookups that are common here. It has more usable cockpit space than most boats twice it size. The walk around design makes a very versatile 360* fish-ability with easy flat deck access to the bow, perfect for casting poppers or dropping jigs- inshore and off, to yellowfin tunas, cubera snappers or roosterfish. The 3/4 enclosed helm station offers plenty of shade and seating for up to 6 passengers to escape the elements, a refrigerated drink box so you will never wish for a cold drink, and the latest electronics to put you on the fish. The open layout express style allows constant breeze to keep you cool all day long. The marlin tower also features full electronics and controls, Rupp spreader riggers, and teaser reels. The cabin has a V-berth (sleeps 2) and Ice-cold air conditioning for a quick refreshing nap. It also features a microwave for hot lunches, and a marine head. Equipment - Twin 330 HP Cummins 28 kt. cruise - 5kw Northern Lights generator - 5000 BTU Air Conditioning - 2 Furuno Navnet VX2 10” GPS /chart plotters - Furuno 72 mile radar - Powerful 1kw Furuno fish finder/ sounder - 2 Icom VHFs - Northstar 951 GPS plotter - 2 Furuno RD30 - Simrad Auto pilot - Fujinon 14 x 40 stabilized binoculars for spotting birds, logs and debris miles away - Awesome sounding stereo with iPod connect - Microwave - Refrigerated drink box - Refrigerated fish box - 2 Scopinich fighting chairs and rocket launcher - 2 Live wells - Tuna Tubes - Fresh and salt water wash-downs Competition Quality Trolling Gear & Tackle: - All matching Shimano reels on custom rods - 20-80lb - A full selection of the best offshore lures and teasers - Black Bart, Moldcraft, marlin majic, joe yee, pakula - 4 Teaser reels - Dredges - 2 Electric deep drop reels - 2 Lingram Pitman LP1200 electric reels for pulling dredges - Professional jigging and spinning gear: - Shimano Sargossa’s 8000-18000 spin reels on Terez rods - Shimano Torium and Trevala jigging rods - Spectra lines, fluorocarbon leaders - Wide selection of top quality jigs and poppers - Yo-Zuri, Halco, Shimano butterfly, OTI, Williamson, Heru What You Can Expect to Catch Offshore big game, such as trophy sized Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna, and Mahi- Mahi, fill these warm tropical waters with abundance. You will encounter many other types of marine life during your charter fishing trip. Several species of whales, porpoises, manta rays, sea turtles, and seabirds are common sights while fishing off the coast here, providing a world class sportfishing adventure on the calmest seas in the world! Inshore, there is a huge diversity of trophy game fish to pursue. Incredibly tough Roosterfish challenge anglers' skills and endurance. Big Cuberas could crash your popper anytime. Fishing for delicious snappers, grouper, corvina and snook offer an opportunity for a fresh dinner. Jacks and mackerels add even more variety to the inshore hunt, with Costa Rica’s beautiful tropical beaches, rainforest and mountains as the backdrop. Price: - $1600 USD per day Price includes lunches, fruit, snacks, soft drinks, beer and bottled water. Deposit: - $200 USD If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
Capacity
6 guests
Fishing
Sport Fisherman
C.

Owner:Captain Mike

Owned and operated by American Captains that live here in Costa Rica year round. We are serious and passionate about fishing. We not only have experience in the charter business, but have years of experience running private yachts, which provides us extensive experience in high levels of personalized customer services as we lead you on your fishing trip.

Features & Details

Length
34ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Fishing gear
  • Fish Finder
  • Bait
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dodger
  • Twin Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • GPS

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 30 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Frequently Asked Questions: • Do I need a fishing License? - Yes, you will need to purchase an individual fishing license as required by Costa Rican Law. It will cost $15 for 1 month, or $26 for a year. You can buy one at the marina office in the morning of your charter, if you do not have one. The vessel fishing license does not cover the individual anglers. • What do I need to bring on a charter? - A positive attitude - Sun block, lip balm, Polarized sunglasses, hat, loose SPF rated clothing and a light rain jacket in green season - Comfortable shoes or sandals - non-marking soles please - Swimsuit - Towel - Camera - iPod - Copy of passport - Enough cash to tip the crew (20% is standard) and purchase fishing licenses if you do not already have one. - Any specialty food or beverage items - The central Pacific seas are among the calmest in the world, but if you are prone to motion sickness, you may take a pill such as Dramamine or Bonine, the night before • What should I wear? - I highly suggest bringing light colored, SPF (sun protection) rated clothing. The tropical sun here can be intense, and the proper gear can make your vacation much more enjoyable. - A lightweight hat, and long sleeve shirts really help. I find the “Quick dry” lycra type material clothes (like for sports) works much better than cotton. It drys quickly, and allows the breeze to blow through, providing a cooling effect like air conditioning compared to a sweat soaked cotton shirt. • What do charters include? - Full-day charters: lunches, fruit, snacks, soft drinks, beer and bottled water - Half-day charters: snacks only, soft drinks, beer and bottled water • Can we keep our fish? Does the crew sell fish? - Marlin, sailfish and roosterfish are on a catch and release basis only. - You may keep all meat fish you catch: tuna, dorado (mahi-mahi), wahoo, snapper and grouper. • Can I bring my own Tackle? - Yes, you are welcome to bring your own tackle.

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