Fishing Report

January 2, 2022


January 9, 2022

Report Details

Cloudy, low light conditions, showers, and isolated thunderstorms throughout the past week.
E 15/24 - 20/32 Mph/Kph. Gusting to 25/40 MphKph
Air Temp:
Mid 80 F / 27 C
Moon Phase:
First Quarter
Sunrise / Sunset:
Sunrise 6:25 am Sunset: 5:32 pm

Week In Review

Strong fronts regularly moving across Ambergris Caye with sustained easterly winds gusting to 25 mph have suppressed fishing numbers. Bonefish landed in good numbers, and large Snook were seen and caught in the lagoons. Juvenile Tarpon up to 20/9 lbs/kg have been active in and around mangroves. A highlight of the week, David's 35" Snook while being guided by Capt Gordy

What Guests were Catching


Anglers landed about 83 bones for the week; most were in the 2-4 pound range, several 5-6 pounds.


Three for the week.


Seven Tarpon this week.

Other Species

Snook: Two. Our anglers also landed some large Jacks, Triple Tail, Snapper, and Blue Runners.

Grand Slams

Flies That Worked

Christmas Island Specials in gold, pearl and pink sizes 4 & 6, and Crazy Charlies in pink and orange.
Mantis shrimp size 6, rag head crabs, Bauer crabs, and Flexo crabs.
White bunnies, chartreuse, and black-purple toads.

Photo of the Week

David with his impressive Snook landed while fishing with Capt. Gordy.
More Fish of the Week Photos