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Costa Rican government to conduct new studies on trawl fishing

The Minister of Environment and Energy, Franz Tattenbach, confirmed that the Government will carry out new studies on trawling. The Minister hopes these new...

Guatemala bans shellfish harvesting in the Pacific due to red tide

Guatemala temporarily banned the harvesting of mollusks in the Pacific coast from Friday due to a red tide that has caused the death of...

A Letter to the New Congress of Costa Rica

Ladies and Gentlemen, First congratulations on being selected to your new position. You have accepted a difficult and taxing job. But if not for your...

Wish List for Costa Rica’s New Government

I´m in my mid-thirties living in the Caribbean jungle of Costa Rica and I pass my days pulling on 100 pound plus tarpon, or...

A Tattoo called him to Costa Rica

While fishing at Scott Lake Lodge in Canada, Tom Olivo noticed a roosterfish tattoo on the leg of his guide, Cory Craig. "That fish...

Todd Staley Of Costa Rica Wins IGFA Conservation Award

For the first time in its history, the International Game Fish Association’s (IGFA) top award for conservation goes to a Costa Rica citizen. Todd...

In Costa Rica – it’s not always about the fish: An angler’s aside

Humpback and killer whales, sea turtles and a myriad of plant life also await fishermen in Costa Rica.

Fishing Costa Rica: Tie a Ribbon Around the Yellow Sailfish Tree

When the hillsides along the Pacific Ocean bloom bright yellow, it is time to go fishing, because that is when you will see the double digit days of sailfish that makes Costa Rica a premier destination for sailfish anglers.

U.S. Coast Guard Increases Cooperation with Costa Rica and Regional Partners on Illegal Fishing

The US Coast Guard ship STONE leads Operation Southern Shield, the first patrol dedicated to illegal fishing in Costa Rican waters Today in Golfito, the...

For the Oceans Foundation takes lead for Ocean Conservation for Costa Rica

There is growing international interest in the conservation of the Eastern Tropical Pacific, a vast area of largely thriving but threatened ocean stretching Southwest...
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