Fishing Reports

Belize Fishing Reports - Ambergris Caye

August 7, 2022

Cloudy and partly cloudy conditions with increasing winds and choppy seas persist. Winds continue shift regularly from the East to North East and at 15 - 20 mph. Periodic intermittent showers pop up during the day but don't hamper fishing. Bonefish numbers have remained consistent in the past 2 weeks well over 200. Tarpon and Permit numbers average at 20 for the week ending Sunday. Our Grand Slam successes still amaze us!

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July 31, 2022

Cloudy and partly cloudy conditions with increasing winds and choppy seas persist. Winds continue shift regularly from the East to North East and at 15 - 20 mph. Periodic intermittent showers pop up during the day they but don't hamper fishing. Bonefish numbers have increased by 40% over last week. Tarpon and Permit numbers average at 20 for the week ending Sunday.

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July 24, 2022

Moist and unstable conditions have characterized the past week. Showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue to affect the northern areas of the country. Winds shift regularly from the East to North East and at 15 - 20 mph at midday. None of this affected our anglers, who landed an amazing FOUR Grand Slams this week. Bonefish numbers increasing to 223 + for the week, Permit and migrating Tarpon are being caught on average of 2 to 3 per day .

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July 17, 2022

Consistently bright sunny days have brought increased action on the flats. Winds continue shift regularly from the East to North East and at 15 - 20 mph at midday. Bonefish numbers dropping to 110 + for the week, Permit and Tarpon continue to see consistent landings for the past three weeks.

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July 10, 2022

Bright sunny days have characterized the past week, but low tides have slowed the bite. Winds shift increased regularly from the East to North East, gusting to 20-25 at midday. Bonefish numbers increased to 140 + for the week. Permit and Tarpon landed have been consistent for the past three weeks with many more hookups.

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July 3, 2022

Tropical Storm Bonnie has brought higher winds and strong rain bands through the area. Winds continue to shift regularly from the East to North East from 5 to 15 and gusting to 20-25. Less visibility for the past three days has impacted catch percentages dropping Bonefish numbers to 130 for the week, increased Permit and large Tarpon are being hooked and landed along with two nice sized Snook and two more Grand Slams!

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June 26, 2022

Improving weather conditions and less rain have increased the bite this week. Bonefish numbers were plentiful (170) for the week. We saw an increasing number of Permit and Tarpon landed by anglers. There was also a very lovely snook in the mix. Two grand slams and a boat slam recorded.

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June 19, 2022

High winds, intermittent rain, and low light conditions early in the week made conditions challenging for our anglers. Late week conditions improved, and so did the fishing.

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June 12, 2022

Anglers had a terrific tarpon and permit week. Mostly clear skies and lower winds most days. Some very large tarpon and permit were landed. Grand slam congratulations to Mike T. with Capt Emir, and John K. with Capt Alex.

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June 5, 2022

Clouds, wind and some rain made fishing challenging at the beginning of the week. Catch rates picked up by the end of the week as our weather improved and was clear and with little wind the second half of the week. Several anglers made friends with some larger tarpon, and a nice baby tarpon was landed off our dock.

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May 29, 2022

Strong gusty winds and cloudy skies made for fairly tough fishing throughout the week. Although Grand slam congratulations go to Buster L. with Capt Jeo!

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May 22, 2022

Anglers had very good fishing through much of the week, but strong winds made conditions more difficult by the weekend. We had three grand slams and one super slam for the week. Congratulations to Chad S. and Brian S. with Capt Jeo, Taylor with Capt Gordy, and Alex C. and Capt Jose on a super slam.

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May 15, 2022

Great weather and fishing for most of the week. Anglers are finding some big tarpon and schools of large permit. We had a terrific Grand Slam week. Congratulations to Mike L. with Capt Dayan, John W. with Capt Michael, and Jonathan Q and Shawn W. with Capt Cesar.

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May 8, 2022

Fishing was challenging with the windy weather we had much of the week. However, we are jumping some of the larger 100-plus pound Tarpon.

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April 24, 2022

Lower winds and generally better weather conditions the past week led to some very good results for our anglers. Several larger Tarpon were jumped and a good number Permit were landed.

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April 17, 2022

Wind gusts in the high 20s continued much of the week, making fishing challenging for anglers and guides. Later in the week winds dropped considerably and skies brightened.

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April 10, 2022

A solid week for our anglers, despite continued strong winds and clouds that made finding fish challenging. Great job Rob L. and Capt Roger on your grand slam.

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April 3, 2022

There is no other way to say it, but weather conditions were very tough nearly the entire week. Tip of the hat to our guides and anglers who found fish in rain, dark skies and high winds. Jeff B. and Capt Jeo pulled off a Grand Slam late in the week.

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March 27, 2022

Windy and clouds much of the week made for some tough conditions, but anglers landed a solid number of Permit and John B. and Capt Alex pulled off a super slam. Anglers also are finding some larger tarpon showing up in the south.

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March 20, 2022

Sunny and partly sunny days continue. Winds continue to shift regularly from the East to North East with varying winds as fronts move through the area. Bonefish numbers are plentiful (280+), increasing numbers of Permit and Tarpon are being landed.

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