High in the mountains of Costa Rica is a secluded lake. Here on Lake Cotè the fishing is outstanding. Surrounded by jungle, much of which is reservation land, you can cast, troll, or fly fish for the local fish called the Guapote. A member of the cichlid family of fish it is also referred to as a Rainbow Bass.
Your guide will take you out on the lake and show you where to drop a line. Within minutes you’ll be reeling in a Guapote or one of the other varieties of fish found in Lake Cotè.
If you’re looking for an authentic Costa Rican angling experience, look no further than guide Jim Harvey. He will take you out on Lago de Cotè for a one-of-a-kind expedition that will yield lots of fish and great memories. A day with him is an adventure that you won’t ever forget. Nevin
Washington Post article about fishing on Lake Cotè