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Costa Rican earns top angler in international tournament

Anglers from Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, the United States and Costa Rica competed in the 38th International Sailfish and Marlin tournament.

Costa Rica delays protection of dolphins

FECOP, the Costa Rican Fishing Federation expressed their disappointed in the delay of a tuna law reform that would have given better protection to...

Illegal fishing kills Costa Rica marine life and tourism in Golfo Dulce and Southern Zone

Eco-tourism and sport-fishing tourism are both being threatened by illegal commercial fishing practices in Costa Rica.

Top Fishing App Helps Costa Rica Anglers

PezCA has near-real-time updates on ocean conditions that helps anglers fish smarter, not harder.

Central America begins ban to protect lobster

Central American lobster exports generate more than $350 million per year.

Project advances to move tuna sein boats 100 miles from coast

Costa Rica needs to improve on its protection of its valuable tuna resources — not only for the sport fishing fleet they represent, but for the benefit of all national fishermen.

President Carlos Alvarado vetoes Costa Rica’s controversial trawling project

President Carlos Alvarado on Friday announced that he has vetoed a project that would authorize trawl fishing in Costa Rican waters. 

Costa Rican Congress approves controversial trawling law

The new legislation sets in motion the process to resume trawling in Costa Rica, a country that prides itself on its environmental policies.

Opinion: Costa Rica’s dolphin hypocrisy

Capturing dolphins to catch tuna is not responsible fishing, Todd Staley argues.

Costa Rica fishing group donates food baskets coastal communities

FECOP, the country’s national sport-fishing federation, has stepped up to help during the coronavirus pandemic.

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