Today was an exhilarating day on the waters of Quepos, Costa Rica, aboard the Big Eye 2 with yours truly, Captain Franklin Araya. We set out early in the morning with our eager guests from Texas, USA, with one goal in mind – to catch some big tuna.

As we headed out into the Pacific Ocean, the weather was perfect. The sun was shining brightly, the sea was calm, and there was just enough breeze to keep us cool. The conditions were ideal for a day of sportfishing.

We started our day trolling for bait to entice the tuna. We were lucky to catch a good amount of skipjack and yellowfin tuna, which are the preferred bait for the larger tuna species. After loading up on bait, we set our sights on the deeper waters where the big tuna usually reside.

We didn’t have to wait long. The tuna were biting today, and before we knew it, we had a big one on the line. After a thrilling fight, we managed to reel in our first catch of the day – a beautiful, healthy tuna.

The day continued in much the same vein, with the tuna biting consistently. By the end of the day, we had managed to catch a total of 18 tuna, a number that far exceeded our expectations. Our guests from Texas were thrilled with their catches, and we were equally pleased with the day’s results.

Back on shore, we cleaned and filleted the tuna for our guests to take home. There’s nothing quite like the taste of freshly caught tuna, and we’re sure our guests will enjoy their catch for many meals to come.

Overall, it was a successful day of sportfishing on the Big Eye 2. We’re always thrilled to share the beauty and bounty of the waters off Quepos, Costa Rica with our guests. If you’re interested in experiencing the thrill of sportfishing for yourself, don’t hesitate to book a trip with us. We’re looking forward to sharing our love of fishing with you.

Until next time, tight lines and calm seas from Captain Franklin Araya and the crew of the Big Eye 2.