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Alvin Greene – Mangrove Cay, Andros, Bahamas

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Professional independent fishing guide based on Mangrove Cay, Andros Island, Bahamas, specialising in fly-fishing for bonefish. Alvin offers trips to the North, Middle and South Bights, as well as the West Side.

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East End Lodge – Grand Bahama Island

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Small waterfront lodge in the East End of Grand Bahama Island, with a selection of cottages built in 2011, superb bonefishing on its doorstep and a commitment to what the lodge calls premier quality at an affordable rate. Skiffs are moored right outside the lodge, ready to go as soon as you step outside in the morning…

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Captain Eric Myers, Cape Canaveral, Florida

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Looking to catch monster fish on the flats of the Space Coast? Operating out of Cape Canaveral Port, Captain Eric Myers of Slightly Obsessed Sight Fishing Charters specializes in sight-fishing the Indian River, Banana River and Mosquito Lagoon in search of redfish, snook and more. He also offers some of the best rates around.

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Paradise Lodge – Yucatan, Mexico

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A small lodge on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, with Chetumal Bay to the south and Espiritu Santo to the north. Completely rebuilt following Hurricane Dean in 2007, the lodge offers first-class sport for bonefish, tarpon, snook and permit – a great place to seek out that super slam. Non-fishermen are welcome.

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Club Grand Slam – Punta Allen, Ascension Bay, Mexico

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Family-run fishing lodge in Punta Allen on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Catering to eight anglers at a time, this place prides itself on top-notch service, comfy accommodation, gourmet food (thanks to chef and co-owner Lupita) and a fishing program headed up by local guides, the Camaal brothers, who bring 60 years’ combined experience to the operation.

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Long Island Bonefishing Lodge – Deadman’s Cay, Long Island, Bahamas

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A genuinely unique proposition. Long Island Bonefishing Lodge specialises in what it calls “assisted DIY” bonefishing. That essentially means you get all the comforts of a regular lodge (three meals a day, appetizers on return from fishing etc) but guides drop fishermen off at the flats, leave them to it and pick them up at a designated point later on. Rates are consequently more affordable than those of many other lodges in the Bahamas.

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Bonefish Paradise – Deadman’s Cay, Long Island, Bahamas

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The clue’s in the title here. Overlooking Lowe’s Beach on Deadman’s Cay, Long Island, Bonefish Paradise lodge has five bedrooms, some of the area’s top guides and 200 square miles of bonefish flats on its doorstep. Some of the most competitive rates around make this an appealing destination for the budget-conscious bonefisherman.

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Sailfish Bay Lodge – Puerto Iztapa, Guatemala

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An internationally renowned beachfront lodge in Puerto Iztapa, Guatemala. Eight rooms, superior amenities, highly skilled crews and what might be the world’s finest sailfishing on its doorstep all add up to make Sailfish Bay Lodge a must for every serious billfisherman.

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Fishing in Guatemala

Welcome to the Sailfish Capital of the World. If you look at Guatemala on the map, it’s hard to see exactly what would make it such a sensational offshore fishery – it doesn’t have the island structure of Panama for example, or the peninsulas that shape Costa Rica’s abundant Pacific fishery.  What you can’t see on any map, however, is a unique marine environment: strong west-to-east currents from Mexico hit east-to-west currents moving up from El Salvador resulting in a huge natural eddy – a nutrient-filled soup brimming with baitfish, pelagic species and, of course, huge numbers of sailfish. But it’s not just about sails – you can expect to encounter marlin, dorado and yellowfin tuna, and plenty of roosterfish inshore. Choose from our selection of the finest Guatemala fishing lodges and resorts below or browse the map to find your desired location…

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Last-minute special at Pesca Maya Lodge, Mexico

Here’s a great last-minute deal for a trip to Pesca Maya – the really quite brilliant fishing lodge on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula…

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