Fishing Report

September 1, 2019


October 6, 2019

Report Details

Partly Cloudy in the morning with a few quick rain showers shifting to sunny around midmorning.
The week started with winds coming out of the West / North West and shifted to the typical Easterly winds. Wind speeds were in the 5 - 8 mph range to start the week. By the end of the week with the shift in wind direction the winds increased to an average of 10mph.
Air Temp:
High and low in the low 80's.
Moon Phase:
First Quarter heading into Full
Sunrise / Sunset:
5:45 am Sunset: 5:36 pm

Week In Review

The average and upper size of Bonefish continues to increase as a result of catch and release only regulations implemented 10 years ago by the Government of Belize.  The tarpon fishing has remained good and there are still migratory fish around for those interested.  The permit fishing is providing quite a few opportunities for those interested in pursuing.  The weather has been great and providing good conditions for anglers, especially for the early morning bite.

What Guests were Catching


Very good week for numbers of Bonefish on the fly.


Multiple permit were landed throughout the week.


Light winds and clear water gave opportunities for resident and a few migratory tarpon on the flats.  Numerous anglers jumped and landed multiple tarpon during their stay with us with the largest landed tarpon being roughly 90 pounds.

Other Species

Snapper, Jacks, Triple Tail, and Barracuda.

Grand Slams

We didn't have any grand slams this week.

Flies That Worked

Christmas Island Specials in orange, pearl and pink sizes 6 & 8
Spawning Shrimp, Camo Crabs in size 6.
White, Chartreuse or Yellow Tarpon Toads.