Reef Fishing in Belize
If reef fishing is more your style, we've got that too.
Spend a half or full day on the reef. Fishing outside the
reef will be in deep water and will usually get you into
several species. Typical would be grouper, amberjack, Wahoo,
kingfish, pompano and occasionally a sailfish or marlin.
Generally, the fish outside the reef are larger, and if
size is your objective, the option is yours, weather permitting.
Fishing inside the reef usually produces barracuda, snapper,
grouper and Spanish mackerel.
Stiff casting or spinning
rods coupled with reels holding
17-20 lb. test (200 yards). White jigs are the mainstay,
tipped with plastic worms. Sizes vary with depth - 3/4
oz. To 2 oz. will cover the ranges required. An assortment
topwater and deepwater lures will also work, depending
on the species sought.
Finally, if you'd like to go for the really big game fish
then spend a day or two further out on the water and do some
deep sea fishing. Marlin, dolphinfish, and an assortment
of other species await your lure.
Fishing off Ambergris Caye,
in whatever form is outstanding. The important thing to
remember is the quality of the fishing
guide that you select. Journey's End Resort uses only the
finest local guides that are completely familiar with the
waters and fish in the area.
- Full-day Fly or Flats Fishing: (max.
- Half-day Fly or Flats Fishing: (max.
- Full-day Reef Fishing: (max. 2)
- Half-day Reef Fishing: (min. 2)
- Full-day Deep Sea Fishing: (min. 4)
- Half-day Deep Sea Fishing: (min. 4)