Go Fish! Nicaragua Has Some Great Inshore and Offshore Fishing Opportunities
You’re planning your coastal vacation and wondering, “What to do in Nicaragua?” Go fishing, of course!
Nicaragua is building its reputation as one of the best-kept secrets in sportfishing. Cradled by the Caribbean Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west, this part of Central America has access to some of the world’s favorite gamefish—from Tarpon, Bonefish, and Roosterfish to Marlin and Yellowfin Tuna.
What sets the Nicaragua fishing scene apart from the rest of the world is the fact that these waters remain largely untouched. Civil unrest in the late twentieth century brought tourism and sportfishing to a halt, but anglers are starting to rediscover everything this magnificent country has to offer. Come cast a line in some of the most secluded waters on the planet and be the first to see how modern tackle measures up to the local fish.
There’s nothing quite like catching your dinner and having it served up fresh that evening. Fish for a full day, or half-day, or even combine with a surfing safari. When you stay at Nicasita, we can connect you to a couple of the best fishing guides in the country.