Full day $1,950.00us + more taxes I.V.A
Half Day $ 1,675.00us + more taxes I.V.A
The Good Day Too is a 36’ Hatteras powered by twin engines and with an airconditioned cabin, able to accommodate up to 6 anglers at a time. The boat is outfitted with a GPS, fishfinder, outriggers, tuna tubes, and a fighting chair. There is also an enclosed head for extra comfort on longer trips.
Good Day Too is equipped with a variety of rods and reels, based on whether you’re interested in big game fishing, bottom fishing, fly or light tackle fishing. Lures and live bait are included in the package, as well as a complimentary cleaning and filleting of the catch.
When it comes to conventional tackle, the crew provides Penn International rods and reels, from #10 all the way up to #80. Fly fishing gear consists of #13 Sage rods with Billy Pate reels, as well as a #14 Thomas & Thomas rods, matched with an Orvis reels.
The Good Day Team runs an eco-conscious fishing operation, doing what they can to contribute to preservation and conservation of Costa Rica’s environment. To that end, there’s a ‘Catch and Release’ policy practiced aboard Good Day Too whenever possible.
So whether you want to spend the day battling Marlin and Sailfish offshore, or pulling in tasty food fish and some hard-fighting Roosterfish in shallower water, these guys have the boat and the know-how to get you on that fish of your dreams.
36′ HATTERAS REB.2002
Twin Cummins 430HP Each/2004
24 knots cruise
48NM Furuno Radar
AC cabin, full bathroom
Marine radio, GPS, Fishfinder
Stereo CD player
Lee’s Fighting Chair & Outriggers
English speaking crew
#30 – #50 – #60 – #80 Peen reels
#10 – #12 – #15 – -#20
FLY FISHING TACKLE
#13 Sage rod & Billy Pate Reel
#14 Thomas & Thomas rod, Orvis reel
Lunch, beers, soft drinks, water, fruits, tackle, bait, Captain & Mate are all included while fishing.
Captain Stevan Morcos
(Featured on ESPN Walker’s Cay with Plip Pallo, 2002)
Not included is annual Costa Rica fishing license.
“Annual Costa Rica fishing license required and can be purchased at the marina for a cost of $17