I recently spent a week fishing Turneffe Atoll, Belize in preparation for a hosted trip I have scheduled in April. I stayed at the Turneffe Flats lodge, which is located on the northeast (Caribbean) side of the atoll, and is situated in perfect location for easy fishing/diving access. “Flats,” as it’s nicknamed, is even stationed right along a home flat which would hold bonefish and at times permit and triggerfish during various times of the day. Most days, either early morning or when I returned to the lodge in the evening, I would see tailing fish feeding no more than 40 feet away. So, right off the bat the location seemed great. I was anxious to see what the rest of Turneffe Flats would show me. → Read More
Tag Archives: bonefish
Posted on September 20, 2016 by Josh T
Posted on February 25, 2016 by Josh T
I recently spoke with my guide Dion about the best producing flies for Turneffe. (This usually came up in conversation after another refusal by a permit, asking: "what the heck should I tie on now?!") → Read More
Posted on October 19, 2012 by Ben F
If you’re around any fly shop long enough, you get to know the local gear junkies – the guys who really know (or want to know) everything about the latest and greatest tackle. These are the guys who hid paychecks from their wives to pick up the Hardy Zenith last spring.
And when it comes to → Read More