CaliforniTarpon…a report!

It’s a funny thing about fly fishermen. Most start off being very secretive and protective of their favorite fishing spots, the flies they use and the techniques that they utilize, and then as they get older they become more willing to share information with like-minded individuals. And that’s a good thing because that is how … Read more

Jack R. with a 50+ tarpon week

We were pleased to have Jack from CO who we met about 6 years ago during a Flyfishing Show and it happened this 2016 when he came along with his wife Jo to discover tarpon fishing with ease. Jack jumped more than 50 tarpon and landed 31 in five days of fishing. What a blast!.. … Read more

Steve K. & Adam

Please to have STEVE K. back one more year to fish for three days, this time bringing his Son ADAM, on his first tarpon trip. In three full days fishing they managed to hookup 29 tarpon and released a total of 13. Looking forward to see you soon guys.

Bobby C. and Ed G.

Bobby and Ed from Alabama, (Bobby is our returning record client and friend with more than 27 trips to Tarpon Town) honest to say that had two tough days out of a total of four fishing days. Along with the guide, they found a head-scratching situation when weather condition was unbeatable, mint,  but fish was … Read more

Charles, Steve, Mclane & Roe

Impressive fishing at this party. Two boats fished for three days and one added an evening fishing. Not to say there are days when fishing gods cooperate, this party made record numbers. Fish range went from 4 to 12 pounds. Fishing records point to 112, yes a hundred and twelve tarpon jumped and had released over … Read more

2015 in pics

A few months to finalize 2015 we are so happy to have fished with many returning friends and clients. Many of them twice in the same year and some others are still to come again for the beginning of the winter which brings the best windows of weather that allows us to welcome the schools … Read more

We’ll be back!

For those new to this place, Campeche is an “off the radar” part of Mexico. It’s too small, remote and no beaches for much tourism – though there are some Mayan ruins nearby. An old colonial oceanside town, you feel safe and far away from today’s travel hotspots. In large numbers, baby tarpon live here … Read more

Fall 2015 Update

Summer is gone after some of the greatest fishing ever in our 13-year guiding. Not the biggest but the most numbers of fish happily feeding in the brackish water of the Mangrove Preserve. Just like in the old times. We enjoyed fishing with some of you, our returning clients and delighted to welcome new anglers … Read more