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H2O Bonefishing’s new “Bones” Clubhouse at Grand Bahama Island

By | March 13th, 2014|Fishing Tips, Travel, Travel News|

H2O Bonefishing is proud to introduce to you to their latest addition to their fly fishing program on Grand Bahama Island. The new "Bones" clubhouse [...]

Turneffe Island Resort Belize – A Caribbean Paradise

By | December 27th, 2013|Fishing Tips, Travel, Travel News|

It’s time to begin a new story filled with adventure on a path less traveled, the rediscovery of a world class fishery and one of [...]

Turneffe Island Resort – Fly Fishing for the elusive permit

By | December 26th, 2013|Travel, Travel News|

  It’s time to continue our story filled with adventure on a path less traveled, the rediscovery of a world class fishery and one of the [...]

Peter’s Super Grand Slam (Almost)

By | December 20th, 2011|Stories, Travel|

  Peter with a Nice Tarpon Our group experienced some great fishing at Turneffe Island Lodge for the whole week this past Spring. Collectively, our five skiffs boated eighteen permit which averaged 3.6 permit per boat (18 permit/5 boats =3.6 per boat). This Peter with a Turneffe Island Snook compares to some of the best trips we have had at Ascension Bay. The week began with great fishing conditions together with clear sunny skies and a smattering of clouds in the afternoon. A gentle relaxing easterly breeze produced mostly mild pleasant temperatures all week. […]

Crocodile Bay Resort, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

By | October 27th, 2011|Fishing Tips, Get Away, Travel|

If Eco-adventure, luxury spas, and world class fishing are what you are looking for, than a vacation at the Crocodile Bay Resort is just what you are looking for. Crocodile Bay Resort is the finest Costa Rican fishing and adventure tour destination with forty-four acres of lush tropical gardens, located on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula.The fishing at Crocodile Bay Resort is outstanding. It is home to an astounding variety of fishing species that bring anglers from all over to enjoy. You can chose to fish from the standard boats or they offer tower boat packages for the “Ultimate Sport Fishing Experience”. Want to bring along the family? There is a vast variety of other activities for the whole family to enjoy! Crocodile Bay Resort offers over twenty-five different Costa Rican Eco-tours. One day you can hike through the Osa Rainforest then maybe explore the Finca Kobo Chocolate Farm! You may choose to kayak through the exotic and mysterious landscape of a river mangrove estuary or how about spending the day horseback riding around the Osa Peninsula? You can choose your daily activities according to your preferences. Crocodile Bay Resort also has a beautiful 5,000 square foot luxury spa. They offer a vast variety of spa treatments that will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. There is no time like today to book your Costa Rican vacation to Crocodile Bay Resort. Squeeze in a vacation before the end of the year (December 22, 2011) and you will receive twenty percent off your vacation. If you would like to bring along the kids, Children 12 and under will receive fifty percent off when accompanied by a minimum of two adult standard fishing packages. […]

Yucatan is bargain priced for fishing

By | October 24th, 2011|Fishing Tips, Get Away, Stories, Travel|

Fishing in the Yucatan is a bargain priced at the moment, but you will need to make a little effort to reach your destination. Ascension Bay is one of the last great unspoiled and undeveloped spots in the Yucatan and  is considered, by many, to have the finest flats fishing in the world for a shot at a permit and a grand slam. The Mexican Federal Highway 307 from Cancun airport to Tulum  is an easy drive on a well maintained highway. On your two hour ride through the Riviera Maya (the Cancun-Tulum tourism corridor) you will pass through Playa del Carmen where you can stop and buy a cold drink and any other supplies you may need. At Tulum you will turn on the Coba road going east, with access to the Sian Ka’an, Boca Paila and Punta Allen via the unpaved beach road. You will pass the Sian Kahn Park entrance – an arch made of native stone. At that point, depending on road conditions, you either take the jungle road down the Punta Allen Peninsula directly to the lodge or switch to a boat at Ceseak (CESeaK) and enjoy a boat ride to Punta Allen. Either way the total journey takes approximately one hour and is very picturesque and interesting. Soon you will arrive at the scenic ocean-side fishing village of Punta Allen where you will find the new Grand Slam Deluxe Fly Fishing Lodge. […]

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