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Old March 3rd, 2006, 01:32 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.saltwater
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I've been invited to fill in a spot for a trip to Casa Mar in March.
Can anyone fill me in on the particulars of fishing and the lodge???

Anyone been there lately?

How was the fishing?

Thanks for the help!!!

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Old March 17th, 2006, 03:16 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.saltwater
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good in the uk at present

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If you have never been to Costa Rica, you are in for a treat!. The food
is some of the best I have eaten, and I owned a gourmet restaurant.
The fishing is usually world class, so be sure to carry a camera with
you for some great memories! The local people (Ticos) are wonderful
hosts and love their country and will make every effort to make you
feel at home. My experience is with the western Pacific area around
Guanacaste province, specifically Villas Sol, but am planning a trip on
the Carribbean side this year. Here is a link to your lodge:
http://www.ticotravel.com/fishing/casamar.htm
Hope this helps you.
....jj

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Old March 30th, 2006, 01:16 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.saltwater
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Just got back from CR and having coffee, rum and fresh papaya withdrawal...

When in Quepos, though, avoid Blue Fin Charters.

"jj" wrote in message
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If you have never been to Costa Rica, you are in for a treat!. The food
is some of the best I have eaten, and I owned a gourmet restaurant.
The fishing is usually world class, so be sure to carry a camera with
you for some great memories! The local people (Ticos) are wonderful
hosts and love their country and will make every effort to make you
feel at home. My experience is with the western Pacific area around
Guanacaste province, specifically Villas Sol, but am planning a trip on
the Carribbean side this year. Here is a link to your lodge:
http://www.ticotravel.com/fishing/casamar.htm
Hope this helps you.
...jj



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Old March 30th, 2006, 06:37 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.saltwater
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Lol. Sounds like a "quick-fix" back to Costa Rica is all that will cure
you.
I'll keep in mind about Blue Fin Charters.
If you are interested, here is a link to give feedback to them:
http://www.govisitcostarica.com/list...oid=788&scID=5
....jj

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Food are some of the best I've eaten, I have a gourmet restaurant. Usually is a world class fishing, so be sure to bring the camera you have some great memories! Local people (Ticos) wonderful host and love their country, and will make every effort to make your feel at home.
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