Just after crossing the Sierpe River mouth the fishing starts. Species like Roosterfish, Cubera Snapper, Snook, Sierra Mackerel, Bluefin Trevally, Bigeye Trevally, Barracuda and Jack Caravelle bite there.
Normally from December to April a lot of sardine schools get close to the beach to spawn, so predators get there to feed and is the perfect time for throw any surfece lure like poppers.
Some large rock formations can be found along the coast which increases the possibilities for excellent catches.
The fishing along the coast is good around the year but course there are a better days than others.
That tour last around 8 hours. But if you don´t want spend all day in the ocean you can mix the Inshore Fishing with River Fishing. Since the river fishing is better when the tide is low you can mix Inshore fishing with River Fishing if the low tide is early by 7am or by noon.
Do not forget to bring sunglasses, hat, comfortable clothes, sun block and a raincoat for the months of May to November.
The fishing area covers the Sierpe River mouth surroundings , Drake Bay and the waters near the Corcovado National Park
We recommend you to bring a dry bag to store your cell phone, cameras and other things that can be damaged by water. And if you plan to keep some fish, do not forget to bring a cooler and plastic bags to pack the fish fille that you are going to take with you.
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