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Headed to El Pescador to fish Tue, Wed, and Thu. As this is my first trip to the Caribbean to fish, my goal is to chase lots of bones. No matter the size. Report when I return.
Excellent. Look for tarpon at daybreak in the channels (you prolly knew that). A tarpon from a kayak would be loads of fun.Fifteen bones on day two. Chased permit and tarpon on day three. No shots at permit. Two shots at resident tarpon, but no eats. Lots of shots at juvenile tarpon, but also no eats. Took a kayak out in the lagoon behind the resort and picked up five tailing bones before dinner.
Exactly. And you should give them feedback about the guide. That's just wrong.That's a good day or 2 of bonefishing most any where, congrats.
Wait until you decide to try DIY for dem bones.....the thrill of finding them and catching them on your own takes it to another level.
Yes. Get to Belize City airport. EP will book your flight to Ambergris when you make reservations with them. They'll pick you up at the San Pedro airport and take you to the resort.As I haven't done this kind of trip but hope to soon... I'm hoping somebody can answer a couple of questions for me:
Looks like a person just needs to book a ticket to get to Belize's big airport, then the resort gets you to the resort.
I'm assuming that one should bring their own rod, reel, and line. Do the guides supply the flies? I was looking at an "all inclusive" trip to Jurassic Lake in Argentina and the resort made it a point to say they despite providing all-day guide service, they didn't provide the flies.
The El Pescador webpage is full of info, but I didn't see this explicitly address.