BELIZE FISHING REPORT
MARCH 27, 2021 THROUGH APRIL 3, 2021
Mostly sunny weather with moderate to fresh winds from the east at 20-25 Mph.
East at 20-25 Mph.
Sunrise: 5:44 am Sunset: 6:06 pm
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:
Good numbers of bones were caught. Some big schools seen, and most were in the 2-3 Lbs range.
Nine Permit were caught between 5 - 20 Lbs.
Seven Tarpon were taken. They ranged between 3 and 30 lbs.
A few Snapper were caught, and Barracuda were also plentiful. Several big Jacks were caught.
No Grand Slams were recorded.
FLIES THAT WORKED
FOR BONEFISH -
Christmas Island Specials in gold, pearl and pink sizes 4 & 6, and Crazy Charlies in pink and orange.
FOR PERMIT -
Mantis shrimp and Flexo and grand slam crabs.
FOR TARPON -
White toads and black/purple toads. White toads remain the fly of choice.
Week in Review:
Fishing was super this week, and thankfully the wind subsided. The highlight of the week was young Wilkes H, who caught a beautiful 20 lb. Permit on the fly with Capt. Cesar. He is the youngest angler to have landed a Permit on the fly at El Pescador. He and his family also qualified as open water scuba divers.
Fishing photo of the week:
Young Wilkes H, who caught a beautiful 20 lb. Permit on the fly with Capt. Cesar. He is the youngest angler to have landed a Permit on the fly at El Pescador.