Record Day of 64 Sailfish at Marina Pez Vela, Costa Rica

A marina record for team Billfish in Quepos, Costa Rica

April 8, 2014

There was no fooling around on April 1 for team Billfish fishing out of Marina Pez Vela in Quepos Costa Rica, when they posted a marina record of 64 sailfish in a day.

Fishing a week before the kickoff of the Offshore World Championship, the team landed a customary dozen fish in the morning. The first two fish of the day brought the Billfish team’s tally to 1,000 fish for the 50 days they fished, beginning in January.

Then in the afternoon, the bite opened up and it was nonstop action from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.


It was tough to keep a bait in the water for long, and doubles and triples were the norm, with a smattering of quads landed as well.

The_ Billfish_ team consisted of Capt. John Mumford; Billfish owner Matt Feinstone; John LaGrone; mates Mario Cubillo and Christian del Gato and _Salt Water Sportsman _Editor Glenn Law.

One of 64 sailfish caught on April 1 on the Billfish takes to the air. Photo by Glenn Law Glenn Law
Team Billfish on April 1, the record setting day for Martina Pez Vela. From Left: Capt. John Mumford and Hannah, angler John LaGrone, Billfish owner Matt Feinstone, mate Christian del Gato, Salt Water Sportsman Editor Glenn Law, mate Mario Cubillo Photo by Samantha Johns-Mumford Samantha Johns-Mumford
Team New Zealand heads our for a day of pre-fishing– the team caught 2 blue marlin in the week before the tournament. Photo by Glenn Law Glenn Law
Good Day also was another boat in the bite on April 1. Photo by Glenn Law Glenn Law

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