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Fishing Report For The 2nd Week of March 2012…!

March 22nd, 2012

Gooooooooooooooooooood fishing Costa Rica!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Once again here we are at the beautiful Los Sueños resort Marina,lets see what Sunny Ones Captain Walton has been reeling in………

3/8 William Charcalla is aboard Sunny Today and docks after releasing 6 Sailfish and 6 Cabrillas..

3/9 Today Paul Jennings Jr. is up and returns after hooking up 4 Cabrillas…….

3/13 Lisa Montgomery group heads out today and docks after releasing 2 fighting Sailfish……

3/14 On board Sunny One today is Joshua Tarr and they return after releasing 2 Sailfish…………

3/15 3/16 3/17 Our friends from Outdoor Line return for their annual Tourney and though I did not get a full report on catches, I talked to the sponser and he says they had a greaaaaat 3 days releasing a total of 42 Sailfish……..Thats super………
Thanks Outdoor Line,and we will see you next March for your 3rd annual Tourney……………………….

Thats a wrap for now…………………Until next time…!

Stay on the Sunny One side
Catchem Up,

Salty Dog

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Fishing Report for the 1st week of February 2012..!

February 19th, 2012

Goooooooooooooooooooooooooood fishing Costa Rica!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well here we are in Feb.Lets go down to the Los Sueños World Class Marina and see what World Class Capt. Walton and Mate Christian have been up to aboard Sunny One. And it goes like this………………….

2/1 Todd Spicer joins Sunny One today and docks after releasing 6 fine Sailfish……

2/2 Today Jeff Hencher is aboard and slams it releasing 3 Sailfish hooking a nice Red Snapper and check this out 17 Rooster Fish very nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2/3 Angeling on Sunny One today we fing Rick Pelphery and he docks after releasing 3 Sailfish..

2/4 Mark Freedman is up next and he steams in after releasing 2 Sailfish and 1 dinner Dorado………….

2/6 Ridge Jones boards Sunny One and docks after releasing 3 Sailfish..

2/7 Back for more Mr. joins has a fine day releasing 5 Sailfish and boarding a fine Dorado for the Barbie……………

2/8 Today we have are Honeymoon couple so armed with a bottle of champagne they head out and dock after releasing 5 Sailfish, and they actually left there room for a little sun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2/9 Larry Larsen heads out today and releases 5 Sailfish………..

2/10 Aboard Sunny One today is John Andras and he has a super day after releasing 9 Sailfish Holy Popeye arm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well that should give you anglers enough incentive to get down here and catch ‘em up. And as always keep your eye on our Web for the best deals in Costa Rica on Luxury condos and Villas.

A quick note we want to welcome aboard a new team member who is editing our Sunny One videos and making them bar none The Best, Thanks to the talented Clark Coto Aviles. You can see his handy work by going to Its almost like being aboard, so thanks Clark. That’s a wrap for now………..

Until next time Keep the bag out of your line and stay on the Sunny One side. Your best friend in Costa Rica Salty dog

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Costa Rica comes third in the Travel Competitiveness Report

April 7th, 2010

Canada, USA and Costa Rica have the most attractive environments for developing the travel and tourism industry in the continent, according to the third annual Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report, published by the World Economic Forum.

The first place was given to Canada for its great variety of landscapes and it airport infrastructure.
The second place in America was given to USA for its human, natural and cultural resources.
Costa Rica got the third place based on natural resources.
Brazil came in fourth and Mexico fifth.

Below is a description of the Report

Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009

The rankings are based on the Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI), which measures the different regulatory and business-related issues that have been identified as levers for improving travel and tourism competitiveness in countries around the world.

This year’s report, published under the theme “Managing in a Time of Turbulence”, reflects the difficulties the industry currently faces, which must be overcome to ensure strong sectorial growth in the future.

This is particularly captured by the topics covered in the analytical chapters, exploring issues such as the impact of oil prices on the tourism industry, the importance of price competitiveness for attracting tourists and the extent to which the Index explains differences in travel intensity between countries.

The Index was developed in close collaboration with the Forum’s Strategic Design Partner Booz & Company and its Data Partners Deloitte, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

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