BELIZE FISHING REPORT
JULY 14, 2019 THROUGH JULY 21, 2019
Windy, Sunny to cloudy, Some storms.
East, 12-20 mph.
High and low in the low 80's.
Sunrise: 5:27 am Sunset: 6:29 pm
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:
Bonefish action was good on protected flats and deeper water.
Permit action has remained good through the summer months.
Most of the Tarpon were caught near the Mangroves and leeward flats.
Snook, Snapper, Jacks, Ladyfish and Barracuda.
Steph and Stan both got their first-ever Grand Slams. Pete Kutzer landed the second Grand Slam of his visit.
FLIES THAT WORKED
FOR BONEFISH -
Christmas Island Specials in orange, pearl and pink sizes 6 & 8.
FOR PERMIT -
Spawning Shrimp, Tan Crabs in size 6 & 8.
FOR TARPON -
White or Chartreuse Tarpon Toads.
This Week’s Summary:
More wind and stormy weather reduced visibility on the flats. Anglers still scored on Bonefish, Snook, Tarpon and Permit by fishing the Mangroves and protected areas.
Fishing photo of the week:
Brett and a nice skinny water Barracuda