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Tagged With: Nicaragua

The weirdest thing I’ve ever caught – a bra strap / La cosa más extraño que yo pesqué en mi vida: un tirante de sostén

Yep, that’s right… The weirdest thing I’ve caught was when I reeling in my lure, I caught a bra strap. This happened during my fishing trip when I was in Nicaragua on the San Juan River. I gave it to the cook when I told her I caught 3 fish and she asked where was … Continue reading »

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Going to El Castillo & Boca de Sabalos in Nicaragua / El Castillo y Boca de Sábalos en Río San Juan en Nicaragua

Boca de Sabalos and El Castillo are both located on the San Juan river of Nicaragua which is also the location of the Montecristo River Lodge where I spent time going fishing there. During my fishing period there, my boat crew and I happened to fish our way to El Castillo de la Imaculata Concepcion, … Continue reading »

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Fishing in the jungle river of Nicaragua for Tarpon and Snook / La pesca el río de la selva en Nicaragua para Tarpon y Snook

I went to Nicaragua in order to go fishing for two species fish, Tarpon and Snook, that were on my bucket list and I finally got a chance to accomplish it! Of course, it was a tough road to get from Costa Rica to Nicaragua but it was worth it as shown by the pictures … Continue reading »

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How to cross the Nicaragua/Costa Rica border crossing at Las Tablillas

A relatively new land border crossing between Nicaragua and Costa Rica has just opened up and since I’ve now done the crossing, I’d like to write about my experience in order to help other travelers do the same. The crossing is only open from 8 am to 4 pm so it’s not a 24 hour … Continue reading »

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