Enjoy the fishing experience of a lifetime
The still saltwater lagoons of Sian Ka’an are world-renowned among fly fishers, both for the beauty of the scenery and the quality of the fish. As one experienced angler recently said: “After you’ve caught a fish in Sian Ka’an, nothing else comes close.
Our professional, English-speaking guides all grew up in the local area. Most have been fishing since childhood, which means they have a rare knowledge of how and where to catch the best fish.
On this world-class fly fishing tour, you can expect to catch a wide range of game fish including tarpon, snook, bonefish and permit and more. Whether you cast your line in Caampechen, Boca Paila, San Miguel or the Ascension Bay, you can be sure it will be one of the most delightful fishing trips you've ever enjoyed.
Tour NOT includes
- 3 beers per angler
- Packed lunch (if you choose the full day)
- Purified bottled water
- Choice of soft drinks
- Fishing license
- Entry fees to the reserve
- Fishing gear
320 USD for half day (8:00am – 12:00pm).
420 USD for full day (8:00 – 4:00pm).
(1 OR 2 ANGLERS ONBOARD)
The price in Mexican pesos varies according to the exchange rate of the day.
IMPORTANT: We have a semiprofessional fly fishing gear for rent.
Please let us know if you require rent fishing gear, buy flies, etc.
If you do have your own fly fishing gear we will send you a sugested complete tackle list during reservation.
The best time to catch a permit is in spring and summer, but they can also be found in December, January and February.
Bonefishing is excellent most year round, but best in the months of May, June and July when you can expect to catch the biggest fish.
The migratory tarpon arrive in April and fishing can be excellent for this species in the months of May and June. However, catching a tarpon is always a challenge – particularly if you’re new to the area. Baby tarpons can be hooked in October and November.
- Other fishes:
Snook is the mangrove specialist, and can be found in all of our mangrove shores.
Jack Crevalle, dubbed by the permit similar appearance, can grow nearly thirty pounds.
The Lesser-Known Triggerfish are common along the rocky points, challenging to hook and fun to fight.
These fish are residents that remain in the area throughout the year. But migratory fish begin to arrive in by April, with numbers increasing significantly through July, by this fishing on the Caribbean side of the lagoons can be excellent.
Pick up and transfer from and to your hotel can be arranged upon request for an aditional cost. Let us know from where you require the transfer.
For tour requests within the next 3 days, we will reply to your request within 24 hours.
For tour requests from 4 days onwards please give us the time to get back to you within 48 hours.