Blues in Guatemala & Costa Rica
The blue marlin season is amongst us at Casa Vieja Lodge. Take your pick of what destination you want to catch them in! In Guatemala, you’ll average 3-5 blue bites during your 3 days of fishing, whereas in Costa Rica FAD fishing you’ll average 10+ blue bites over 3 days of fishing!
The difference between the two fishing trips is that in Guatemala you’ll return home daily and be waited on by Casa Vieja Lodge staff. In Quepos, Costa Rica you’ll sleep offshore aboard The Hooker, 48′ G&S, to fish multiple FAD’s and partake in the Super Bowl of blue marlin fishing.
Whatever you desire, we’re here to help make it happen. Speak with Kirsten or Christian in our Miami Office and we’ll help make your fishing dreams come true!
Check out our new Casa Vieja Costa Rica Website for more information.
Booking for 2022
We’ve officially been re-opened now for 9 months and we want to thank every one of you once again for your support and gracious attitude to join us back out on the water. We absolutely love what we do, and we are beyond grateful that you choose us to Experience 5-Star Angling.
Thankfully, our booking calendar is just about normal again which means reservations are made 6-12 months in advance. November and December dates are just about sold out. A friendly reminder that if you normally fish with us in the winter and spring, please reserve your 2022 dates as we are welcoming many more new clients to the Casa Vieja Family!
June flew by with big groups that took over the lodge, had incredible fishing, and started summer off the right way! In Quepos, Costa Rica we hosted two FAD trips, a handful of day charters. We also post our daily fishing report for Quepos HERE.
- June 1st-25th, the Makaira (37′ Rybovich) with Capt. Jason Brice had 272 raises, 228 bites, and 155 sailfish releases plus 9 marlin raises, 5 marlin bites, 4 marlin releases, 15 tuna, and 47 mahi-mahi.
- June 3rd-25th, the Finest Kind (40′ Whiticar)with Capt. Nicho Alvarenga had 193 raises, 175 bites, 125 sailfish releases plus 7 marlin raises, 7 marlin bites, 4 marlin releases, 4 tuna, and 34 mahi-mahi.
- June 3rd-28th, the Pez Raton (35′ Contender), with Capt. Benji Baires, had 148 raises, 118 bites, and 72 sailfish releases plus 7 marlin raises, 5 marlin bites, 2 marlin releases, 4 rooster fish, and 9 mah-mahi.
- June 3rd-29th, the Release (37′ Merritt) with Capt. Eddie Bairez had 301 raises, 258 bites, 183 sailfish releases, plus 15 marlin raises, 7 marlin bites, 4 marlin releases, 4 tuna, 1 grouper, 1 rainbow runner, and 35 mahi-mahi.
- June 3rd-30th, the Rum Line (40′ Gamefisherman), had 230 raises, 200 bites, 145 sailfish releases plus 12 marlin raises, 5 marlin bites, 2 marlin releases, 13 tuna, and 15 mahi-mahi.
- June 3rd-30th, the Afinity (39′ Billy Knowles)with Capt. Nico Melendrez, had 197 raises, 182 bites, 133 sailfish releases plus 10 marlin raises, 10 marlin bites, 7 marlin releases, 3 tuna, and 22 mahi-mahi.
- June 13th-22nd, The Hooker (48′ LOA) with Capt. Terry Brennan,fishing a total of 6 days, had 9 raises, 9 bites, 6 sailfish releases plus 16 marlin raises, 15 marlin bites, 9 marlin releases, and mahi-mahi.