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Area: Lake Arenal,
Capt Ty's Lake Arenal Fishing
Fishing Trip Duration
Full Day: 7.5 hours
3/4 Day: 6 Hours
Half Day: 4 hours
What to bring
Recommended: light rain jacket, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses.
Full Day: All tours include:
All tackle, gear, lures, and instruction
Breakfast snacks, coffee by request
Fruit drinks, ice tea, water, and beer
Homemade guacamole and chips
Sandwiches (vegan options by request)
Goodie bag of nuts and munchies
Same as Full Day
Lake Arenal Locations: Marina de Repressa (near La Fortuna), La Mansion Hotel, Los Heroes Hotel, or Nuevo Arenal Park.
Lake Arenal, Alajuela, Costa Rica
Reserve Capt Ty's Lake Arenal Fishing Contact Oso Viejo Travel to verify availability by: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +1 (506) 2653-8437
Mobile +1 (506) 8827-5533
Reservation Payment Methods
1. * Online Credit Card, Reservation Deposit:
OR 2. * Your PayPal Account, Reservation Deposit
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Lake Arenal Fishing, Capt Ty's Lake Arenal Fishing
Lake Arenal Fishing Costa RicaCapt Ty's Lake Arenal Fishing is the premier fishing guide service on Lake Arenal. Your adventure starts the moment you launch with Captain Ron. Experience the thrill of catching a guapote or machaca when you fish Lake Arenal, a sparkling fresh water 33-mile lake located in the north-central highlands of Costa Rica.
Lake Arenal nrar the *Arenal Volcano is one of Costa Rica's most popular destinations and is a convenient hub for many adventure tours, featuring hot springs, zip lines, kayaking, white-water rafting, and other exciting excursions.
Your day on the lake starts at first light for the best bite. This is generally the calmest time of day for the weather as well.
Fishing Lake Arenal is a unique experience. Many times throughout the year we hear, "this is the most beautiful lake I have ever fished." We think you will feel the same way after a day of fishing on Lake Arenal.
Most mornings fishing at the base of Volcano Arenal you can hear boulders rumbling down the side of the mountain -- boom, boom, boom! Then the sight of fresh hot lava spitting out the top. Now imagine casting a top-water lure close to a hungry guapote or machaca and getting the hookup -- fish on!