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Lodge: Costa De Cocos
Guide: Evelio
Favorite Memory: Pulling up on a flat the first day and on his first cast ever to a Bonefish my buddy Scott hooks up.
Southern yucatan fly caught bone


A 4 hour ride from Cancun this lodge is very remote. They do offer water sports for other activities and the small town of Xcalak is about a kilometer away. Dave and Ilana who own and operate the lodge are fantastic. They make sure you have everything you need. The accommodations are individual bungalows spread throughout the property. With the main building serving as bar and restaurant. Great food and relaxing setting.

Fishing: The possibilities are endless. Miles upon miles of flats full of Bonefish and frequent shots at Permit make this a great location. You can also fish for baby tarpon. The only other boats we saw were from the lodge. The flats are a mix of every kind, there is hard white sand, Mucky bottom, grasses and marl. The fish are smaller but due to low pressure are very aggressive. I caught a 4 pounder on my first cast.  My buddy Scott was on his second bonefish trip and averaged 5 fish a day and that was with some cloudy afternoons. Scott. in picture, with an average Costa bonefish. As a bonus you can fish for Barracuda down by the Mexican Naval base on the Belize border.  It is best to troll for them with spinning gear available at the lodge, but I got a couple trailing a needlefish fly. Hit like a ton of bricks and ran like crazy. A little tricky getting the fly out those jaws though.

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