Crocodile Bay Costa Rica fishing resort is situated on 44 acres of manicured tropical gardens with 28 air-conditioned rooms in Puerto Jimenez on Costa Rica’s South Pacific Coast. Costa Rica sport fishing at Crocodile Bay Resort is world-class with catch and release bill fishing in the Pacific Ocean for sailfish, striped, blue and black marlin, dorado, tuna and wahoo. Inshore sport fishing in Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce (Sweet Gulf) for roosterfish, cubera snapper, jack crevalle, bluefin trevally, sierra mackerel, tripletail, and grouper is excellent throughout the year. We provide a variety of Costa Rica fishing options such as; live bait, trolling, casting, and Costa Rica fly-fishing. New for 2015 we are offering guided kayak fishing and shore fishing excursions.
Crocodile Bay boasts the largest professional sport fishing team in Central America with in-house captains and mates able to cater to all skill levels. At the helm stands Todd Staley, Director of Fishing, expert fisherman, writer and conservationist. Todd and his crew are dedicated to providing education and training to ensure you enjoy the fishing adventure of a lifetime. Offshore, inshore, and now all-new kayak and shore fishing excursions are available, each uniquely challenging and equally rewarding. Are you ready to strap in and reel in a yellowfin tuna that can reach up to 300 lbs? Do you think you have what it takes to beat the roosterfish resort record at 106 lbs? The upwelling caused by the offshore winds to the north and south moves bait fish into the area and leaves a flat ocean with one of the highest concentrations of sailfish in the world. What are you waiting for?
Costa Rica and Central America’s Largest Private Fleet! Our fleet of Boston Whalers and Strike Yachts is easily accessed from our 800-foot private pier and includes 24’ center consoles, 27’ offshore center consoles and our 33’ and 35′ tower boats. Crocodile Bay Resort offers world-class catch and release bill fishing in the Pacific Ocean for sailfish, striped, blue and black marlin, dorado, tuna and wahoo.
Fishing in Costa Rica’s Golfo Dulce (Sweet Gulf) for roosterfish, cubera snapper, jack crevalle, bluefin trevally, sierra mackerel, tripletail, and grouper is excellent throughout the year.