Today was an exciting day on the waters of Quepos, Costa Rica. We had a group of enthusiastic fishermen from Texas aboard the Big Eye II, departing from the Marina Pez Vela. Our day was filled with thrilling catches, beautiful weather, and unforgettable experiences.

The day started off with a fantastic catch of a Mahi Mahi, a species that is not only a delight to reel in but also a favorite on the dinner plate. This vibrant, fast-swimming predator put up a great fight, making the catch all the more rewarding. Mahi Mahi, also known as Dorado, are known for their striking colors and impressive acrobatics when hooked, providing a spectacular sight for all on board.

Following our Mahi Mahi success, we moved into deeper waters where we encountered an impressive school of Sailfish. These majestic creatures are a highlight of sport fishing in Costa Rica, known for their speed, strength, and stunning dorsal fins. Our group from Texas managed to reel in six of these incredible fish, a testament to their angling skills and the fertile fishing grounds of Quepos.

Our day concluded with the catch of eleven Tuna. These powerful swimmers are always a joy to catch, offering a thrilling fight and a rewarding meal at the end of the day. Tuna fishing is a staple of the Quepos fishing experience, and today did not disappoint.

Overall, it was a successful day aboard the Big Eye II, with a total of eighteen fish caught. The waters around Quepos continue to prove their worth as some of the best sport fishing grounds in the world. Whether you’re an experienced angler or new to the sport, the thrill of reeling in a hefty Mahi Mahi, a graceful Sailfish, or a robust Tuna is an experience like no other.

At Big Eye Two Sportfishing, we pride ourselves on providing our guests with memorable fishing adventures. Under the expert guidance of Captain Franklin Araya, our guests always leave with a smile on their face and a story to tell. We look forward to welcoming more anglers to the beautiful waters of Quepos, Costa Rica.