WildLife Sports Fishing of Costa Rica

“The Wild Life” who’s skipper is Craig Ledbetter, a US Coast Guard licensed Captain. It is a fully equipped sport-fishing vessel with all electronics, GPS, and radar. All tournament grade equipment is supplied. Lures and freshly caught bait are provided and the crew will keep your hooks baited and assist you at all times. Wear casual clothes and sun block of 30 minimum is highly recommended. Bring a camera and/or camcorder.

WildLife Sports FishingCosta Rica is probably the best place to catch large sailfish. Our Sails average 105 lbs. and our releases are constantly in the double digits daily. All species of marlin are available with blue marlin consistently running 300 to 500 lbs. All billfish are released. You will also regularly catch yellow-fin tunas, dorado (mahi-mahi) on our offshore charters. We also offer inshore trips that produce huge roosterfish, snappers, Jacks, Wahoo’s and others on these trips.

Other trips to Echo Jungle, Turtles, Caymans can also be arranged for you. The crew is always on hand to quench your thirst with complimentary chilled soda pop, beer and of course ice water if desired.

Fishing is good year around in Flamingo, though the action in January, February and March, may be 50 miles South when we fish out of the Guanamar.   We can also make two-day trips out of Flamingo, fishing each way and over-nighting at the Hotel Guanamar , or spend the night on the mother ship “Two Can” a 90 foot vessel that can accommodate up to 15 passengers in luxurious comfort.     Whether you are having breakfast lunch or dinner, you will find the vessel’s Chef will provide you with a superb dining experience.

Most Costa Ricans speak English and you will find them to be very friendly, hardworking and eager to help you enjoy your visit. You will not encounter begging or aggressive vendors. FLAMINGO, is located in the province of Guanacaste, which is renowned for its breathtakingly beautiful beaches: Flamingo, with its white sand beach and crystal blue water, is considered the best along the Guanacaste coast.