152 N Main St.
Hiawassee, Georgia 30546
Toll Free: 1-888-891-3474
Fax: (706) 896-1467
Crocodile Bay is
Fishin' for Crocs?
it also offers a great selection of eco tours and its rainforest may be the only place you might meet up with more animals in one day than at a zoo. It is the perfect destination for not only anglers, but great for couples and the whole family. And it is close enough to the United States to make it an ideal long weekend destination.
Offshore, the blue Pacific awaits you with a plentiful supply of sailfish, blue and black marlins, Dorados, yellowfin tunas and wahoos. Sailfish are plentiful all year round but prime season is from November to May. Marlins peak in November to December and then June to September. Inshore fishing is consistently good all year round and offers roosterfish, snapper, grouper, Sierra mackerel, Bluefin trevallo, tripletail and Jack Crevalle. In the mangrove estuaries, your guide will silently pole a back-country flat boat in search of explosive 30 pound snook.
Crocodile Bay's 40-vessel fleet includes five 33-foot Strikefishers and one 35-foot Strike. The rest of the fleet is composed of 27-foot Boston Whalers and flat boats. Crocodile Bay also provide top notch fishing equipment to go along with their great fishing boats.
The resort, on the southwest coast of Costa Rica, is situated on 44 acres of lush tropical gardens and is adjacent to one of Costa Rica’s most beautiful beaches. The lodge features modern amenities that would make anyone feel right at home. Stay in one of their 34 spacious rooms, many with private Jacuzzis, or in one of the three bedroom villas, perfect for families or groups. Your non-angling family or friends will enjoy a day or a multi-day package at the 5,000 sq. ft. spa.
The rainforest on the Osa Peninsula has been labeled by National Geographic as the “most biologically intense place on earth.” So, why not treat yourself to a taste of paradise?
Call Judith at FishQuest! on 1-888-891-3474 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to book.
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