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Belize’s Caribbean Sea is a mecca for fishing enthusiasts and offers an ample variety of saltwater sports fishing.
South Water Caye is an Angler’s Paradise. Boasting an eastern shore a mere 120 feet from the Belize Barrier Reef, this picturesque island is one of the best destinations in Belize for flats fishing, landing your bonefish, permit, and tarpon.
The calm turquoise water on our western shore features a large sea grass lagoon, teeming with coral shoals and pristine flats.
Huge schools of bonefish spread out over the lagoon. Tailing these large bonefish schools will provide hours of fly rod action at your own pace as you can simply wade out a few steps from your room onto the flats.
When the tide is just right, your expert guide will take you to cast on neighboring mangrove flats, home to permit up to ten pounds in size. Try your hand at snook and tarpon. Tarpon often reach 75 pounds in the inner channel of southern Belize.
Deep sea fishing for large game fish is a favorite at Blue Marlin Resort. The name for the lodge originated when a blue marlin was caught right in front of the island years before the caye became a tourist destination. In addition to blue marlin, many other pelagic species are caught close by, including yellowfin tuna, mackerel, bonito, wahoo, and sailfish.
Bottom or drop-line fishing is never-ending! Barracuda is a guaranteed catch near the edges of the reef crest along the many channels of the Barrier Reef. The shoals and patch reefs of the lagoon are home to a variety of grouper, snapper, and jacks.