I decided to try ocean fishing as I have never done it before. I booked a three day fishing trip with Rio Indio Lodge. Me and my wife flew to San Jose Costa Rico and took a charter to the lodge. We got delayed a little because of rain but made it for some afternoon fishing. I hook something for awhile and the swivel pulled into. It got late and went back to the lodge for a huge meal and plenty of rum and coke. Went out next morning after another huge breakfast and I caught and landed a 150lbs tarpon. Needless to say the fish pretty much wore me out it wasn't 20min and we had another one on. I told my wife it was her turn and she said no way can I handle that. Guide est. him at 150 also. I did the best I could but I wore completely out and the guide had to help fight it. Headed back in for lunch could hardly pick up my arms and ate a good meal and rested awhile. We back out that afternoon and I hooked two on a rubber swimshade that I pick up at Cabelas. They took a couple leaps out of the water and spit out the lure. That did'nt hurt my feelings to much. Later on I got another one around 75lbs that was a little easier to handle. Next day we went up the jungle stream and caught alot of snook and some big bluegill looking fish that were around two lbs. My wife caught one snook that may have been around 4lbs but most were around two. We caught more than I could count. The do have rainbow and tiger bass but the guide said wasn't the best time for river fishing. We seen monkeys iguanas american crocs caymans and some other green lizards. The place was a bird watchers paridise. I well try to make it there every year. My wife loved it and the lodge was beautiful. She liked the river fishing better more her size of fish. All together I landed four tarpon and hooked up with two others. It was all I could handle. Well go back I think this spring when the river bass fishing is better.