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We are half way through an amazing season of baby tarpon fishing on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. Fishing has really picked up with the dog days of summer! If you’ve been thinking about getting down to the Yucatan to experience baby tarpon, or are wondering what all the fuss is about, there’s still time to take advantage of a great season of fishing!

There simply is no place like Tarpon Cay Lodge or Isla Del Sabalo when it comes to consistent juvenile tarpon action on the fly. Marco Ruz and the entire Yucatan Fly Fishing Adventures staff have been outdoing themselves this year and working hard to deliver fantastic experiences for our guests. Here is what some of them had to say:

“The guides were exceptional in knowledge of fish locations and boat positioning to help flyfisherman cast to the fish….Hard working men..!” – Lynn

“What a great trip! Marco, the guides, and the entire staff were perfect. Fishing was fantastic and we had one day that was off the hook ridiculous with moments when rolling tarpon were surrounding the boat in every direction! Absolutely a killer trip!” – Michael

“Outstanding fishing. Great guide. Great customer service. Definitely a “go back,” even with food and accommodations being adequate. It’s not 5 star, but a definite must for serious and eager fly fishermen. Loved it.” – Richard

Available Dates:
September 4 – 11 – 6 spots available
September 18 – 25 – 6 spots available
August 13 – 20 (full moon) – 4 spots available
October 1 – 8 – 6 spots available
October 22 – 29 – 6 spots available

Call Dylan Rose or email HERE to find out more about booking your baby tarpon adventure! 800-552-2729


A few images from the last few weeks:

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Sean T. displays a beauty in the evening light at Tarpon Cay Lodge.

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A feisty one takes to the air at Isla Del Sabalo.

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Did you see that?!

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Jesciel shows us a typical baby from Isla Del Sablao.