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Three Amigos (mothership) – Bay Islands, Honduras

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A great alternative to the conventional lodge set-up, Three Amigos Fly-Fishing run flats fishing trips to both Belize and the Bay Islands of Honduras aboard their mothership, The Host. That means new flats every day, unpressured waters and a true away-from-it-all feel. Comfy and spacious, The Host can accommodate up to 8 anglers.

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Early Bird Charters – Sandy Bay, Roatan, Honduras

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With a selection of different boats at their disposal, from a 17’ flats boat up to the 38’ Yascustres, Early Bird Fishing Charters provide the full spectrum of fishing trips. Fly-fishing on the flats for bonefish and permit, live-baiting on the reef and deep-sea fishing are all possible.

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Mango Creek Lodge – Port Royal, Roatan, Honduras

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One of the best established and well regarded of Roatan’s fly-fishing lodges, Mango Creek is a small eco resort in Port Royal harbour on the island’s East End. It has four over-the-water cabanas, plus a further two lodge rooms, with space for a maximum of 18 guests at any one time. The fishing program covers both fly and spin fishing for bonefish, tarpon and permit on the nearby flats with experienced English-speaking guides.

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Graham’s Place – Josh Cay, Guanaja, Honduras

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A beachfront development on the island of Guanaja in Honduras, Graham’s Place comprises a selection of villas and suites, plus a 16-room hotel. Permit and bonefish are regular visitors to the pristine flats right outside the lodge – excellent guides are available for hire locally, but experienced bonefishermen will be happy to go it alone; this is DIY bonefishing heaven.

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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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Captain Bob Branham, Biscayne Bay & beyond

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Captain Bob Branham has been guiding on the flats from Key Biscayne to Key West for over 30 years. If you’re looking for a flats guide in the South Florida/Miami area, they don’t come much more highly recommended. Permit, bonefish and tarpon are all on the menu.

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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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Small Hope Bay Lodge – North Andros, Bahamas

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Small Hope Bay in North Andros is an all-inclusive resort with 21 beachfront rooms in a relaxed, friendly and informal setting. Also features a first-class fishing programme – fly-fishing for bonefish is the focus, but reef and offshore fishing trips can also be organised.

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Ascension Bay Bonefish Club – Punta Allen, Mexico

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A small beachfront residence in sleepy Punta Allen, Ascension Bay Bonefish Club caters for six anglers at a time, with spacious, comfy lodgings, authentic local food and access to some of the finest saltwater flats fishing in the Caribbean. Bonefish, permit, tarpon and snook are the big four, with supplementary action from barracuda and jacks along the way.

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