Belize Fly Fishing Trip Report Spring 2011Published by Dave Kile [dkile] on 04/06/2011 (2183 reads)
By Chris Frangiosa
Fishing has taken me too many beautiful places and one of my favorite destinations is Belize. Belize is located in Central America and borders Guatemala. Boasting the second biggest reef in the world, Belize is a mecca for divers and fisherman from all around the world. In particular, the Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon fishing is world class and can be had within a short boat ride from one of the many coastal towns.
Our last expedition to Belize was in March of 2011 and was a very successful venture. The recent ban on killing Bonefish for food has increased the average size of Bonefish greatly and many were caught and released on our last excursion. This particular trip was to the northern part of the country to an area called Ambergris Caye. Ambergris is a great area in that it offers great fishing opportunities, beautiful accommodation options and many restaurants, shops and bars to hit after a long day on the water.
If you haven’t fly fished in saltwater before I definitely suggest that you give it a try. Belize is a great place to learn as there are tons of fish and it is relatively easy to escape the strong winds that often accompany ocean fishing. I have a fall trip that is booking now, let me know if you are interested and we can discuss more details.
Chris is putting together a fall trip to Belize and to learn more you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Frangiosa - is the Retail Manager for TCO Fly Shop. Chris has spent the last decade or more on the east coast and working in the fly fishing industry. I am huge fan of Chris's photography and he can be found at the Bryn Mawr location. You can follow Chris on Twitter here: @tcoflyfishing
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