Welcome to the Fishing Report for the first half of September out of beautiful Los Suenos Marina! As we move further into the green season here in Costa Rica, the waters surrounding Los Suenos are teeming with an abundance of fish, both inshore and offshore. September brings exciting opportunities for anglers to target a variety of species, including dorado (mahi-mahi), yellowfin tuna, sailfish, and marlin. Inshore, the waters are alive with roosterfish, snapper, and grouper, providing thrilling action for those looking to reel in some trophy catches. Whether you prefer the thrill of offshore fishing or the challenge of casting lines near the coastline, September offers a wide range of possibilities for anglers of all skill levels.
During the month of September overall weather conditions can vary. On land, the average temperatures range from around 84-88°F. September is well within the green season in Costa Rica, which means that showers and thunderstorms are common right now. We find that the rain typically doesn’t hinder fishing activities out on the water too much, but you should come prepared with rain gear, a hat with a brim, and sunglasses with a sport strap to stay comfortable during your charter.
On the Pacific Ocean offshore, September typically brings calm seas and favorable conditions for fishing. The water temperature averages around 80°F, creating an optimal habitat for a variety of fish species, including dorado, yellowfin tuna, sailfish, and marlin. Anglers can expect plenty of action both inshore and offshore in September.
During the first half of September in Los Suenos, Costa Rica, anglers have the opportunity to catch a variety of offshore fish species. One commonly targeted fish is the Pacific sailfish, known for its striking colors and acrobatic behavior when hooked. These majestic fish are highly sought after for their fighting characteristics. Another popular catch during this time is the yellowfin tuna. These powerful and fast-swimming fish provide an exhilarating challenge for anglers. Additionally, mahi-mahi, also known as dorado, are plentiful offshore in September as their numbers ease back from their peak season in August.
During the first half of September in Los Suenos, Costa Rica, anglers can also find a variety of fish species inshore. One common catch during this time is the roosterfish. Known for their unique appearance and aggressive nature, roosterfish provide thrilling fights for anglers. Another popular inshore catch that is in its peak season right now is the snapper, with species such as the cubera snapper and the Pacific red snapper being commonly targeted. These fish are known for their strong fighting abilities and delicious meat. Anglers may also encounter jacks, known for their speed and power, or snook, which are prized for their fighting skills.
If you're planning on fishing during your vacation, it's crucial to book your charters as soon as possible! Private charters in popular fishing destinations like Los Suenos are limited and tend to fill up quickly. To ensure you don't miss out on the incredible fishing opportunities, you need to act fast. The easiest way to book your charter is to reach out to one of our agents. They will be able to check availability, provide you with all the necessary information, and get your fishing charter reservation confirmed quickly. An incredible Los Suenos fishing trip awaits you - don’t delay!