Fishing Reports Low, Tournament Scores High
THE only fishingreport this weekis from ClubAmateur de Pesca,which held a surffishing tournamentin the Parismina areaon the northernCaribbean coast.As the photos tothe left attest they didwell and provedagain you don’t needa boat to catch fish in Costa Rica.Anglers should keep in mind the specialcalba (fat snook) package offered toresidents Nov. 20-22 at the Río ColoradoLodge in Barra del Colorado in theextreme northeast of Costa Rica.The cost is $570 per person and includesa charter flight from San José Nov. 20 at 1p.m., fishing from 2-5 p.m. with boat, guideand tackle, a full day of fishing Nov. 21, twonights’ lodging, fishing license, all mealsand an open bar (beer, soft drinks anddomestic liquor) and your choice of air orboat transport back to San José on Nov. 22.Not included are tips and lures, so bringyour own or purchase them there. For reservations,call the Río Colorado Lodge SanJosé office at 232-4063.For more info on fishing or assistancein planning a trip to Costa Rica, contactJerry at firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.costaricaoutdoors.comSkippers, operators and anglers areinvited to e-mail or call Jerry with fishingreports by Wednesday of each week. Call orfax: 282-6743 if calling from Costa Rica, orthrough the e-mail address above.
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