The water temperature changes with the seasons and global conditions. As a rule of thumb, once water temperatures drop the fishing season begins to take off. The water is warm from the months of May to December. Around the beginning of January and through March, when temperatures on land begin to rise, the Humboldt Current passes the Nicaraguan Pacific Coast making the water a bit chillier. Depending on your origin and the activities you partake in throughout the day it can be very refreshing or a bit nippy. Rash guards are a popular item to bring as they keep you warm and ward against la agua mala.
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