will ideally be a “must have” resource for anyone visiting the Costa Rica to
fish in the region but just as important – the book will offer broad appeal to
anyone visiting the Osa and experiencing the combined wonders of the Rainforest
and the Gulf itself.
Dominant Offshore Species Featured Include:
Marlin (Blue, Black and Striped), Pacific Sailfish, Yellowfin and Bigeye Tuna, Dorado (Mahi-Mahi), and Wahoo.
The Dominant Inshore Species Featured Include:
Roosterfish, Cubera (Pacific Dogtooth) Snapper, Pacific Snook, African Pompano, Jack Crevalle, Almaco Jack, Horse-Eye Jack, Trevally (Bluefin and Golden), Other Snapper (Yellow, Red and Colorado), Corvina, Grouper (Broomtail and Goliath), and Tarpon.
Additional Chapters and elements featured include:
and unique environment of The Osa Peninsula.
Popular and unique wildlife on the Osa Peninsula: Birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects.
community, history of fishing in and around the Gulf and some of the legacy
people making a difference.
Other unique inhabitants of the Gulf: Whales, Dolphins, Sea Turtles, Coral reefs etc.
Angling Practices: Conservation and preservation efforts.
Tackle, equipment and gear guide for each species of fish and other valuable information.
The book is being designed now and the estimated publication date will be December of 2022. If you have any interest in any of the photos or fine art that is included in the book, please see the designated section on this web site for Sweet Gulf and you order directly. If you have any questions regarding the book or have an interest in photos/fine art paintings that are not currently displayed, please give me a call on my cell at 406-581-9873. Thanks, Tom Olivo
Here are just some of the photos and Fine-Art paintings by Tony Reyman (50 of the 300 to be illustrated), that will be featured.