Costa Rica – Jungle Tarpon Season 2015 Report

With fluctuating water levels caused by El Niño, the 2015 jungle tarpon season certainly came in like a lamb as several groups experienced tougher then normal fishing conditions early in the season. The tarpon were still around in big numbers, but very low water caused extreme spookiness and other behavior implying fish being uneasy with the abnormal environmental factors at hand....

Jungle Tarpon Weekreport Nov. 2015

Our scouts and media crews have always been extremely fond of Costa Rica. Despite the early stories of Solid Adventures founder Christer Sjöberg who has fished the ocean side tarpon fisheries at their early high times, the land and people itself are intriguing enough to spend some extra time sightseeing. Bear in mind that Costa Rica just recently fell back to the 2nd rank of the overall well-being list in the world (Gallup-Healthways Global Well-Being Index). Even though the exciting high days of the ocean fisheries both on the Costa Rican & Nicaraguan side are seemingly over, new fisheries have evolved... some of them with a greater potential than ever. ...