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    Saturday, October 8, 2011
    Back to Belize….

    We are on our way back to Belize and we’re making sure that we’re doing it right!
    Join us as we visit Water Caye (located off the coast of South/Central Belize) and experience this world-class fishery that has been appropriately labeled the best section of permit flats in the world!

    Dates/Hosts

    Trip Dates- May 6th to May 13th, 2012
    Trip Host- April Vokey
    Spaces Currently Available-7 of 8

    Rates

    $3885.00 USD
    *Includes 7 nights accommodations (double occupancy), all meals and 6 days of guided fishing (guided days are 10 hours long).
    There are flats located directly behind the lodge that are accessible for our guests, in the event that they’d like to wade the flats (without a guide) in the evenings. The combination of 10 hour days and the option of fishing in the evenings, secures this as one of the most productive angling adventures that we offer.
    Also included in the price is our private shuttle (flexible to all flight arrival times on May 6th), round trip airfare from Belize International Airport (Belize City) to Dangriga, round trip water taxi service from Dangriga to Water Caye (our final destination).
    **Responsible for gratuities, transportation into Belize City, alcoholic beverages and USD Belize Airport departure tax.
    To reserve your space click here or call 1.888.359.4259

    Package Information

    Water Caye is located off the coast of South/Central Belize, roughly 16 miles off the coastal town of Dangriga. Water Caye is undeniably one of the most visually stunning locations in all of the Caribbean.
    Along with permit, there will be the opportunity to fish for tarpon, bonefish, jacks, grouper and large barracuda.
    Guests arrive in Belize City on Sunday, May 6th, 2012 (at whatever time is most convenient for their scheduled flight), where they are met by our assistant Lilly.
    Lilly escorts all of our clients to the domestic air carrier in preparation for the 20 minute flight South to the coastal town of Dangriga.

    Upon exiting the plane in Dangriga, guests collect their luggage where they are then met by our driver, Bennett, who makes the drive to the Dangriga boat docks and its waiting water taxi. From here, it’s a quick 35 minute ride out to the fishing paradise and island of Water Caye.
    This island is situated directly in the heart of what many consider to be the best skinny water permit fishery in the world.
    The flats extend both North and South of the island, consistently producing an abundance of permit.
    To the South, countless saltwater flats sprawl through the ocean and are indisputably the finest in the world. We know how challenging permit fishing can be, and as a result we’re determined to ‘fish the best for the best’.
    These pristine flats hold incredible numbers of permit and have proven reliable to wading anglers who can handle the excitement of casting to tailing fish while standing in only 3 feet of water.
    Anglers can expect to see multiple tailing fish each day and have the opportunity to cast to some absolutely magnificent permit! While the majority of this fishing is done while wading, the ultimate challenge is hooking permit from the flats and fooling these beauties into playing the angling game.
    Important travel information- For American, Canadian, and E.U. citizens, all that is required for entrance to Belize is a valid Passport. Guests from China, Columbia, Cuba, India, South Africa, and Taiwan require a Visa for entrance to Belize.
    Accommodations
    Our guests stay at the Blue Marlin Lodge which is located on the North end of the island.

    The Marlin has air conditioning in all of its rooms and is complete with, 2 double beds, and a private washroom with both hot and cold running water.

    Guests frequently see bonefish tailing from the porch of their cabana and are more than welcome to fish at the days end. The island is an intimate setting, comprised of only 12 acres consisting of beautiful scenery and excellent fishing!

    Posted by April Vokey on October 8, 2011

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