The Rain Goddess Costa Rica

The great new way to fish Costa Rica and Nicaragua!

big fishThe Rain Goddess is a relatively new, custom-made 65-ft. air-conditioned houseboat that features six staterooms, regal dining room, rec room and all the-comforts one could reasonably expect. The Rain Goddess is a mother ship which provides the accom- modations and meals, while the anglers fish from two types of skiffs.

This relatively new fishing trip is offered along the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Costa Rica attracts many anglers because of its lofty tarpon and snook fishing reputation. Most importantly, the Rain Goddess can fish the Nicaraguan waters, which at times can be very potent, not only for tarpon and snook but also for indigenous species such as guapote, mojarra, etc.


Turneffe Island Lodge Belize

unexpected comfort amidst extensive flats and variety fishing


The Turneffe Islands of Belize are among the world’s best bonefishing flats. Turneffe Island Lodge, located on private Cay Bokel, was one of the first Central American fishing camps built; it offers top quality bonefishing.


Magnificent resort in the heart of Baja’s best billfishing

Cabo San Lucas has grown from a sleepy oasis at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula to one of the gems on the Pacific Coast. While many visit the Baja for its splendid beaches and relaxing atmosphere, hordes of anglers also flock to these waters in pursuit of abundant populations of billfish and in-shore species.


The Solmar Suites hotel enjoys the distinction of being the most southerly facility in the Baja. Located on a pristine white sand beach, with rock cliffs towering behind, the hotel overlooks the ocean, providing inviting and modern accommodations away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Cabo San Lucas. Each room has an ocean view, with balcony’s for all second floor units and a tiled, individual patio for those on ground level.