Swordfish - Quality sport fishing in Quepos, Costa Rica

When fishing pros from around the world choose the "Swordfish" for their Costa Rican bluewater adventures, there is a reason.

This 31' Gamerfisherman and its skipper have earned a reputation amongst discriminating anglers for its professionalism and dedication to making every trip the best possible. The SWORDFISH is armed with the latest electronic and safety equipment. Its stockpile includes Penn International, Shimano, and Tibor Fly tackle.

Probably the most recognized sportfishing boat in Costa Rica, it has been featured in Saltwater Sportsman Magazine and its adventures have been viewed by millions on ESPN, Fox Network, and the Outdoor Channel.

Captain Randy Morales, 1st mate- Gelln Morales and 2nd mate- Steve Cervenka will join you on this adventure.

QUEPOS: The port is on the west coast in the center of the country. Right next to Quepos is the most popular National Park in Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio. This park is famous for its beautiful beaches and abundance of wildlife. Quepos holds the largest sportfishing fleet in the country and hosts the annual Harry Grey Invitational Fly Fishing Tournament as well as the Club Amateur de Pesca International Tournament. The seas are almost always calm. To have 10 shots at a billfish in a day's fishing is common, 20 not unheard of and many days have been recorded when more than 30 fish were raised in a day.

The fishing grounds off Quepos are famous for the numbers of sailfish, but there is also a good chance to hook into a big marlin.

These cobalt waters hold big dolphin fish, known here as dorado, as well as several species of tuna and wahoo. The inshore fishing offers an opportunity to tangle with roosterfish, cubera snapper and broomtail grouper. The current world record snook at 57 pounds 12 ounces was taken at the mouth of the Rio Naranjo by a boat fishing out of Quepos. This year the Swordfish is undergoing yet another set of improvements in order to better serve its clients including a new Volvo Penta engine and complete repainting. She is scheduled to be back in the water and ready to fish for November 1, 2002.

Some months are already sold out so if you wish to get a chance to experience what its like to fish on the Swordfish call us today to find out what dates we still have available.

"Captain, thanks again for great day of fishing. Here are the pictures of the rooster fish and large sailfish. We hope to return soon."

George Moore and Mike Wilkins


"Great Job Steve and crew. Gota love that old girl of a boat. Tell Randy and George congrats. That boat sure has the magic. She's a fish raising machine with a excellent crew. My memories of you guys and that boat are some of the greatest ones I'll ever have. I'll carry them with me for the rest of my life. We need to reproduce that hull with a single volvo and expand."

Tim Mahoney


Includes all drinks, lunch, bait, and tackle.
Tips, fishing license and Billfish flies not included.



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