This is a "nice 'un". The inshore fishing has slowed a bit, sardines are a little more scarce, but there are a few mullet around which is what this one ate. As our guide said, "I like using mullet that are at least a foot long. The needlefish and jacks don't mess with them and when you get a bite it's either a BIG rooster or cubera." Bobby and I were at our last spot and commenting on how nice the day was, the scenery, the weather and how content that we were with the time on the water......then we got our only bite of the day, but it was the one that counted. In Quepos, more sardines and a more consistent bite, but no monsters like this.