June 30, 2016

It’s been a hot week of action at the Nosara River Mouth has the Snook action has picked up in a big way.

Javier led the way with this monster Robolo, caught on Father’s Day no less!

Our friend Leo (above) is certainly service fresh fish at Rancho Tico tonight!

The River Mouth provided her bounty all month long with more Snook, Ponpano, and Permit you can imagine.

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April 1, 2016

The Rio Nosara continues to yield her bounty to anglers tough enough to wade into the surf at the river mouth.

Javier aka Rey Robalo scored these 20+ pounders on Easter weekend. Truly a blessing!

Our old pal Manuel wasn’t scared of this 10-15lbs. Snook:

Local legend Carl Wells also nabbed a nice one:

Local man Adalberto Sanabria Venegas did very well to put dinner on the table with this Robalo:

Most recent Carlos Yaniz posted this picture, probably the fattest Snook of the month:

October 5, 2015

As the tourism season enters a two month lull, the Fuppernos (Friends of the River) have been working their tails off at the River Mouth. Check out this fantastic Snook scored by Javier aka Rey Robalo on October 2:

This is the highlight of what has been a great few weeks of river fishing:

Our main man Alejandro nabbed an excellent Snook (above), while our old friend Manuel put some food on the table with a variety of catches:

Local legends also weighed in some whoppers:

Most recently Javier reeled in a wonderful Snook at sunset:

Also the staff of Nosara Paradise Rentals took a break from their off-season maintenance tasks to enjoy a Kayak adventure up river:

Pura vida at its finest!

August 31, 2015

There has been great action at the Rio Nosara this month with lots of excellent Snook catches reported.

Our old buddy Manuel Campos scored this awesome monster:

Also local legend Santos “Fly” Ruiz knocked out a few nice Robalos:

Another old friend Cumi caught the biggest Snook of the month. Look at the girth on this one:

Anglers of all ages bent a rod this month:

Of course a resource as beautiful as the Rio Nosara needs protection, and fortunately the Fuppernos are on guard with bi-monthly river clean-ups.

As the rainy season approaches in the highlands, more trash gets washed downhill ending up in the river.

This steps taken by the Friends of the River ensure that the blue flag will continue to fly over the Rio Nosara.