The Pacific sailfish is known for its distinctive long, pointed bill and a large, sail-like dorsal fin that stretches almost the length of its body. They are typically blue to gray in color, with a white underbelly and a series of pale, blue-gray vertical bars on their sides. today we released 6 sailfish from 14 bites, the water conditions are excellent, and mostly all the charter fleet here in Quepos, have been catching sailfish, check your schedules and come to Costa Rica and have that experience.