The fishing in Costa Rica has been hotter than the heat index on a black sand beach and during the past few months the fleet out of Los Sueños has seen a quite a few 30+ bite days. A week prior to Leg III of the Signature Triple Crown Series, Capt. Lance Hightower along with mates Justin Ringer, Diego Esquivel, Chase Travers, Kristie Evans and adventurous owners Jerry and Donna Reynolds aboard their 64’ Weaver Vaquero found a frenzy of sailfish and proceeded to set a new record for the most Pacific sailfish released in a single day of fishing.
By Dale Wills
The 2021 Los Sueños Tournament Series has come and gone and I’d like to share a few more images from the series before they are tucked away on our server until who knows when. Congratulations to all the winners and a big thank you to the Jaruco operation for hosting me during the series. Needless to say, the boat is amazing and the entire program is like no other. Captain Jimmy definitely put us In The Bite. Congratulations to Team Galati on an unprecedented sweep during Leg 3. I’d like to also congratulate a few of our Champion’s Cup teams including Fish Tank, Uno Mas and Eight Eight’s who each found a spot on the leaderboard throughout the series. Till next time, safe travels and tight lines.
This was originally published March 12, 2014
Capt. Daniel Espinoza doesn’t take many days off during the charter season but on March 12, 2014 he turned over the Spanish Fly to his backup captain, Juan Carlos Fallas. In the cockpit were mates Carlos Espinoza and Robert Salinas along with clients Bob and Karen Weaver.
With 33 sails and three marlin equaling a total of 4800 points, team Uno Mas was the winner of Leg 2 of the 2021 Signature Triple Crown. For the Champion’s Cup, that gives them 500 points for first place within the International Division.
First Place: Uno Mas
Second Place: Smooth Move
Third Place: Max Bet
Carson Byers of the Freebie creates a video from his exploits as an observer in Costa Rica this spring. When you see the InTheBite shirt, you’ll see the 74-foot Tribute Nemesis releasing a blue marlin. Good video worth the watch- enjoy!
Starting on October 26, visitors arriving in Costa Rica will no longer be required to provide a negative PCR coronavirus test result, according to Tourism Minister Gustavo Segura.
Costa Rica will officially be reopening to visitors from all 50 US states starting November 1. However, Costa Rican authorities noted that requirements to enter Costa Rica, such as a negative PCR coronavirus test, remain unchanged.