Fishing Report April 20 – April 30, 2012

May 3rd, 2012

Goooooooooooooooooooooooooooood fishing Costa Rica!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well down at the world famous Los Sueños Resort Marina, Lets see what Captain Walton and Mighty mate Christian have been bringing up from the Briny Deep………………………………………………

4/20 Today one of Dan Rosses groups are up and dock after releasing 7 Sailfish…..

4/22 Aboard Sunny One today we find Santiago Sapina and he returns after a fine day releasing 1 Sailfish and boarding 3 Dinner Dorado and 1 Yellow Fin Tuna…………

4/23 Skip Jemison is angeling today and steams in after releasing 1 Sailfish………..

4/29 Another Dan Ross group is aboard Sunny One and smokes it releasing 8 Sailfish and 1 Marlin…. nice job!!!!!!!!!!

4/30 Up today is our friend Donnie Natal and he has a fine day releasing 7 Sailfish……….

Well that will wrap up April.Thanks to all the angelers for choosing Sunny One,and remember keep your eye on our Web for great deals on condos and deluxe villas……………

A quick note Sunny One did go out more than I have reports for, so if you were not included in the report, not to worry Im looking into it, and hope to get some more info ASAP……

Until next time, Stay on the Sunny One side..!

Catchem Up..!

All the best Salty Dog

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Fishing Report From February 11th to the 19th..!

February 27th, 2012

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

Well Captain Walton and mate are fishing it up big time………..Lets check in and see how its going….

2/11 John Andras boards Sunny One today and docks after releasing 6 Sailfish…

2/12 Today Tim Greene is up and has a good day releasing 4 Sailfish…

2/13 Angling on Sunny One today we have Mercedes Sanchez and the steam in after hooking and releasing 3Sailfish….

2/14 Mr. John Kittle sets out today and has a smashing day releasing 9 Sailfish and boarding 1 Dinner Dorado…..

2/15 Today David Charles Rehak joins Sonny One and docks after releasing 5 Sailfish…..

2/16 Mr. David is up again and returns after releasing 2 Sailfish..

2/17 Out again on Sunny One is David and brings home 2 nice Yellow fin Tuna..

2/18 David heads out one more time and has a fine day releasing 7 Sailfish…………

2/19 Aboard Sunny One today is John Rashleigh and does well returning to dock after releasing 6 Sailfish and boarding 1 fine Dinner Dorado….

That’s a wrap for now seems the fishing is prime, better get down here cause it sure beats shoveling snow!!!!!!!!!!

As always check our Web for the best deals in Costa Rica on Luxury Villas and Condos………. In closing I would like to take a minute and Thank all the anglers who joined us aboard Sunny One, cuz after all……….. Without out you, we would just be ……………well pulling our own rods!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks….!!! Until next time…. Stay on the Sunny One side…..

Salty Dog

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Manuel Antonio National Park

December 18th, 2009

Manuel Antonio National Park is a small biological reserve within an area that caters to different activities, like agriculture, the raising of cattle and high tourist development. Located on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, in the province of Puntarenas.

It was established on November 15th, 1972 and has 683 hectares (16.24 Km2 – 4,014 acres) of land and 55000 hectares of sea.


The area that currently constitutes the park was originally acquired by foreigners that did not allow the locals to access the park. This situation motivated the implementation of a pro – park National Committee that persuaded the national and local authorities to declare the area a National Park.

Part of the forest is in process of regeneration, since in the past it suffered deforestation of a variety of selective trees for timber purposes. Another important attraction is the very humid tropical forest where endangered species of flora and fauna can be found.

Several short trails, all of them are easily accessible and well maintained; provide the best opportunity in Costa Rica to see the beach and rain forest in one place.

The trails tend to follow the coastline supplying beautiful views and easy access to four beaches, Manuel Antonio beach, Espadilla Sur beach, Puerto Escondido beach and Playitas beach. All of them safe for swimming and great for snorkeling and diving.

Located in the wildlife area called “very humid tropical forest”, mangroves beach, vegetation, marine environments, islands and lagoon, conform one of the most riches places in the country.

The flora that can be found within the primary forest are the Guacimo Colorado( Luehea seemannii ), Cedro amargo ( Cedrela odorata ), Guapinol ( Hymenaea courbaril ), Sura ( Terminalia oblonda ), Black Guapinol( Cynometra hemitomophylla ), Cenizaro tree ( Samanea saman ), and many different species. The mangrove consists of three species: Manglar Colorado tree (Rhizophora mangle), White Mangle tree (Lagunculario racemosa), and Black Mangle tree (Avicennia germinans). On the beach, there is a poisonous tree that has a milky substance and poisonous fruits, Manzanillo tree (Hippomane mancinella), beware! The Almond tree (Terminalia catappa), Savanna Oak tree (Tabebuia rosea ), and the Coconut conform the flora.

You can watch several species of fauna like­: Raccoons ( Procyon cancrivorus), Coatis ( Nasua narica ), Agoutis ( Dasyprocta punctata ), White tail deer ( Odocoileus virginianus), Two toed Sloth ( Choloepus huffmanni), Three- Toed Sloth ( Bradypus variegates ), White faced Monkeys ( Cebus capucinus ), Squirrell Monkeys ( Saimiri oerstedii), Howler Monkeys ( Alouatta palliata), and Spider Monkey ( Ateles geoffroyi ), most of them in endangered.


Species of birds like Toucans, Pelicans, Pigeons, Guacos, Green King Fishers, Fishing Sparrow Hawks and other species like Iguanas, Garrobos, Snakes, Insects, Whales, Dolphins  and so many different species.

Entrance: $ 10 per person

Hours: 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Closed on Monday.



Why are they so slow?

  • Their gestation period is 11 months, born even with formed teeth and eyes wide opened.
  • They can reach 15 inches and can weight from 9 to 20 pounds, apt for reproduction at the age of 3 years.
  • Each Sloth lives along on top of the trees and will only go down to fulfill its needs every week .They feed on almond and Guarumo tree leaves have four kinds of stomach. Their digestion takes four weeks approximate.
  • They go that slow for their need to save all possible energy as the leaves they feed on provide them with very few calories.
  • Their long nails are the best weapon, they are not aggressive animals.
  • There are five Sloth species and they only live in the tropical forest , two types in Costa Rica : Two toed sloth – Three toed sloth.
  • They are so pretty that they look like stuffed animals , so now you know : When you come down to Manuel Antonio be attentive at the top of the trees or maybe you get lucky and the sloth finds you first.

Written by Memo

(Pictures by Randall Ortega Sanchez)

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