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“My Fishing Costa Rica”

Ryan Collins

Back in 2015 I was fortunate to spend 23 days exploring and fishing in Costa Rica. My wife Lauren and I loved the experience and knew that we would return again soon.

Fast forward two years and here I am writing this blog post at the airport here in San Jose, Costa Rica. We are back and looking forward to 5 weeks of exploring and fishing.

Plus thanks to the internet, Lauren and I can continue working remotely as if we were at home. The ability to work remotely has always been one of the main reasons why I focus my work efforts on internet-based businesses.


While we are on the topic of internet-based businesses, I figure now is the time to unveil a new project which Lauren and I are extremely excited about. This new project is called My Fishing Costa Rica and it just launched today.

I will share more details behind this new project as the days pass by here in Costa Rica. For now, you can view our first My Fishing Costa Rica blog post​ about spending a night in San Jose, by clicking here.

Stay tuned for more My Fishing Costa Rica updates, plus don't forget that our Black Friday deals will launch tonight at 12:01AM. 

Of course my team and I are also working on new Cape Cod based content and tutorials which we'll be publishing here on the My Fishing Cape Cod blog starting soon.

Happy Thanksgiving and tight lines!

  1. It’s a great adventure Ryan Collins.It’s very good to see you enjoyed your fishing in Costa Rica.its the best place for fishing with enjoyment. Costa Rica is a rugged, rainforested Central American country with coastlines on the Caribbean and Pacific. I also love to travel, now I can know much knowledge from your experience. Every fishing lover will love your blog.

    1. Thanks for the positivity and encouraging words John!

      We are here in Costa Rica for one more week, and I plan on publishing some new videos and posts about what we’ve been encountering, including some beautiful dorado, roosterfish, snappers etc.

      Thanks for reading the blog and I’m happy to have you following along.


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