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Default Back form Belize, Blue Bonefish Lodge.

Just got back from a week on Ambergris Caye fishing with the crew from the Blue Bonefish lodge. Went with 10 guys, stayed at the lodge and used their guides for 5 days of fishing. We caught several permit, tarpon and uncountable numbers of bonefish over the week.

I can not say enough about the lodge and the guides. Jim and Phylis make you feel at home, food and lodging is great and they and their guides know the area and fishery inside and out. I would have no problem recommending them to anyone who asked.

Def gonna be going back in the future for more fishing. I put some pics up in the Saltwater section.

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My wife and I fly out early Saturday morning for Ambergris. I am booked with Blue Bonefish next Monday. Super stoked for this bucket list trip!
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Sounds like an awsome trip! Glad you and your buddies had a great time!

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My wife and I fly out early Saturday morning for Ambergris. I am booked with Blue Bonefish next Monday. Super stoked for this bucket list trip!
Have fun and drink a few Belikin (or Belizean real sugar Coca Cola) for me!

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I was about to ask on here about the bluebonefish. The prices are very reasonable. My Girlfriend and I are looking to book a trip in early to mid November. Is there mant resturants near by? My girlfriend is looking to do some other acitivites..
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Default Re: Back form Belize, Blue Bonefish Lodge.

802flyfish, I never made it that far down the island via road, but I'd have to say no restaurants or shopping real close. It's shouldn't be too bad of a golf cart or water taxi ride to San Pedro Town. There is a new area called Mahogany Bay being built between BBF and San Pedro that will have some places to eat. I'm pretty sure that Blue Bonefish Lodge is all-inclusive, in fact, my guide Jorge mentioned that he did a lot of cooking there for the guests.
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Awesome! Anyone score a grand slam?

On my bucket list as well.
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Awesome! Anyone score a grand slam?

On my bucket list as well.
I did not when I was there but 3 or 4 guys out of our group of 10 did.

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I did not when I was there but 3 or 4 guys out of our group of 10 did.

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I was about to ask on here about the bluebonefish. The prices are very reasonable. My Girlfriend and I are looking to book a trip in early to mid November. Is there mant resturants near by? My girlfriend is looking to do some other acitivites..
The lodge is about 4 miles out of San Pedro so about a 20 minute golf cart ride. We went into San Pedro almost every night after fishing to shop, grab a few beer or get some appetizers before dinner back at the lodge. There are several decent places to eat and hang out at. There is a bar/restaurant about 1/2 way in too (cant remember the name) and there is the new Mahogany Bay complex that has shops and some restaurants going in when we were there. That was just about 10 minutes from downtown San Pedro. There are some smaller cafes etc all along the way once you get closer to San Pedro.

We ate dinner one night at the Blue Water Grill for one of the guys birthdays and it was very good. I had the Snook dinner and it was awesome.

Also hit the El Patio Bar and get the stuffed Jalapenos. They are the size of Green peppers and stuffed with shredded chicken, cheese and veggies. I couldn't get enough of them.

Everywhere we went everyone was cool and very friendly, never felt unsafe etc.

James and Phylis (owners) have been there for years and know the lay of the land real well and will not point you in the wrong direction.

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