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Isla Mujeres Fishing - Bonefishing
If you are interested in the action-packed fun of bonefishing, the waters along the western Caribbean coast offers you one of the prime locales on the planet for some fly-casting and light tackle adventure. The shores along the Caribbean Sea are home to plenty of saltwater flats, mangrove forests, teeming inlets, and extensive reefs that are the perfect habitat for excellent inshore fishing. Bonefish offer anglers ample thrills and challenges that will please even the most experienced fisherman. Along with bonefish, you'll discover inshore sporting species like sharks, jacks, permit, snapper, barracuda, and tarpon, among others. While bonefish are common in this area off the Yucatan Peninsula, tarpon are the quarry that in-shore anglers covet most. These huge fighting fish can eclipse weights of one hundred and twenty-five pounds. If you snag one of these massive fish, you'll be in for a thrilling fight. After you reel in one of these Tarpon, you will feel as though you have truly conquered a worthy foe.
Even if you have never tried saltwater fly-casting, our accommodating and knowledgeable English-fluent guides will instruct you how to land that trophy catch. Our experienced local guides will transport you to the best fishing spots in the area. Our indigenous guides possess all of the necessary knowledge of the local waters to lead you to the prime locale on that day due to the current weather, tide, and seasonal conditions. Our maneuverable flat-bottom crafts are especially customized to maneuver in the shallow waters to reach the best fishing spots.