Breaking Down the Seasons
Its proximity to the equator means the climate of Costa Rica only has two main seasons, summer and winter.
Summer is the dry season in Costa Rica, which means the water temperatures are warmer. This, in turn, attracts more life. This means baitfish begin to flourish drawing in larger schools of the trophy species.
Winter is known as the rainy season, with an average of 100 inches of rain falling per year. The added rain brings additional fishing opportunities, depending on the species you are after.