If you would like more information on fly fishing for Bonefish, Permit, Tarpon and Snook in Ascension
Bay or other areas of the Yucatan, please feel free to contact us. And if you would like to receive a list of
recommended flies, rods and equipment for fishing Ascension Bay, just write, we'll be happy to help.
Or click on this Equipment List link
to download a PDF file. Since we are in Mexico much of the time and in the states the rest of the year, the best way to
contact us is through email. We try to check it at least every other day, so if you don't hear from us
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One of your best bonefish stories. A big Permit that got away. The Tarpon that jumped off.
"The guides were terrific. Their spotting of game was unbelievable. Even at weeks end we still had problem seeing up close what they saw from yards away. Both guides were very patient, especially with us having no experience in this environment. They gave us fishing tips, casting help and gave 200% to make sure we caught fish and had fun doing it. Overall, a great experience." - Edward Ruggiero, New Mexico
"Day one, the Panga was ready to go at 8 am. By 11:30am I had taken half a dozen nice bonefish off the local flats. Later
we decided to walk along the beach wheretherewas chance of catching bigger bonefish and maybe see a permit, Manuel
was constantly in attendance bringing the boat up at the rear. Only a hundred yards into the walk we spotted three small
permit close to the shore, the first shot produce nothing! We quickly changed to a six weight with a smaller fly and bingo
the fish was on. A five minute fight ensued before the fish was tailed, photographs were taken. At this point Manuel told me
that two third of a grand slam had been achieved. While having lunch a ten weight was prepared for Tarpon and at 2pm we
set off on a long run South to give it a try. The first area produced nothing and the same for the second area, no fish
spotted no shots taken. 3:45 pm we entered a small channel in the mangrove and just when we had given hope two tarpon
were spotted. 60 ft 12 o'clock Ruben said make it count and I did, the fish hit!" - Mike Mulhearn, England
"We had a blast, Manuel! What an awesome place and what awesome people. Sitlali made me promise to learn more spanish before the next trip and she promised to learn more english - she made me laugh. Rosy was a little shy but also very sweet. Manuel made me laugh my ass off when we fished with him... "we gonna %$#&@ one permit today". - Dave Texas