Welcome to the second half of September fishing report from the renowned Los Suenos Marina in beautiful Costa Rica! As we dive deeper into this rainy-season month, anglers can expect a wet and wild trip filled with thrilling fishing opportunities both inshore and offshore. In the inshore waters, we are finding an impressive array of species such as Roosterfish, Snapper, and Amberjack that will keep us reeling with excitement. Meanwhile, offshore fishing is bringing in outstanding catches, including Marlin, Sailfish, and Mahi Mahi.
During the month of September, anglers visiting Los Suenos Marina in Costa Rica can expect a distinct weather pattern both on land and offshore. On land, the temperatures typically range from 79°F-88°F, offering a warm tropical environment for outdoor activities. However, it is important to note that September falls within the rainy season in Costa Rica. As a result, heavier rainfall is common, especially in the early morning and afternoon hours.
When it comes to fishing offshore, the weather conditions on the Pacific Ocean can be slightly different. The average temperatures on the water range from around 77°F-84°F. While offshore fishing trips may also experience rainfall, it typically does not impede the fishing action too much. Since it can affect our long-range visibility, during this time of year we tend to rely more heavily on our equipment to find the fish.
To make the most of a rainy season fishing trip out of Los Suenos, it’s important to be prepared. Dressing in lightweight, quick-drying clothing can help keep you comfortable. Opt for breathable fabrics such as moisture-wicking shirts and pants to stay dryer in wet conditions. You’ll want to bring some rain gear. When the fight is on, you’re not going to leave your catch because of some precipitation. If you have a suitable poncho and a tight-fitting hat, you can avoid the distraction of a sudden shower.
If you're fishing in Costa Rica during the rainy season, it's best to just embrace the weather. It is what it is. On land, rainfall makes the forests lush and beautiful, and out on the water, it can help to attract a variety of baitfish we can use to catch our prizes.
During the month of September, anglers can expect an exciting array of fish species to target offshore. September signifies the peak of the rainy season, bringing with it an abundant food supply that attracts a variety of game fish. Anglers can anticipate encounters with highly sought-after species such as Pacific Sailfish, Marlin (both Blue and Striped), Yellowfin Tuna, and Dorado (Mahi Mahi). These waters boast a rich diversity of marine life, offering thrilling opportunities for anglers to test their skills and reel in trophy-sized catches. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a beginner, September in Los Suenos provides an excellent chance to embark on an unforgettable offshore fishing adventure.
Inshore fishing during the month of September offers an exciting opportunity to catch a variety of fish species. One popular catch is the Roosterfish, known for its distinctive appearance with a long dorsal fin resembling a rooster's comb. These powerful fighters are commonly found in the rocky areas close to the shore, providing thrilling battles for anglers. September also sees the presence of Snapper species, including the Pacific Red Snapper and the Cubera Snapper. These bottom-dwelling fish can be found near reefs, rocks, and wrecks, and are known for their delicious taste. Anglers may also encounter other sought-after species such as the Amberjack, Grouper, and Snook. With warm water temperatures and abundant marine life, inshore fishing in Los Suenos during September promises a memorable experience.
Anglers planning to embark on a fishing adventure in Los Suenos are strongly advised to book their charters well in advance to secure availability. The high demand for fishing trips, combined with limited spots, underscores the importance of early planning. To ensure a seamless booking process, contact us. We can provide you with the most up-to-date information on charter availability. By booking ahead, you can guarantee your spot and look forward to a successful and enjoyable fishing trip when you get here.