Check out our destinations lineup and start planning your next adventure…. Spring 2017 Water Cay Bahamas – April 1-8, 2017 (1 space remains) Club Grand Slam – Ascension Bay Mexico – April 29-May 6, 2017 (FULL) Liveaboard – San Lazaro/Zapata, CUBA – June 3-10 (FULL) Fall 2017 Christmas Island – November 14-21, 2017 (1 spot [...]
Christmas Island – still on many folks’ bucket list – continues to be on the Fish Tales destinations lineup. We now have two weeks confirmed in Christmas Island for Fall 2017! November 14-21, 2017 (Terry hosting)(FULL) November 21-28. 2017 (Terry hosting) (5 spots remain) This small island offers anglers a myriad of fishing opportunities and [...]
If sight-casting to juvenile tarpon sounds like fun, or blind casting in to the mangroves makes you giddy with anticipation, then Campeche’s TarponTown Anglers is an ideal tarpon retreat for you. Campeche continues to entice us with its terrific tarpon opportunities, cultural experiences, and delicious food. Tarpontown Anglers is our operation of choice for Campeche. [...]
In Fall 2015, Terry Johnson, Mike Venhuis, and a couple of our long-term customers took an exploratory trip to Argentina’s Parana river for golden dorado on the fly. Based on their experience and our desire to continue to ffer new and exciting destinations for the traveling angler we have secured a 2017 week at Parana [...]
2017 marks Fish Tales third year at Water Cay. This very small lodge, often confused with the famous Deep Water Cay (also on Grand Bahama) can only take 6 people per week so has a very intimate atmosphere. Water Cay is not your 5-star posh lodge. But it does have everything you look for in [...]
Mexico’s Ascension Bay is home to bonefish, tarpon, permit, snook, barracuda, and a multitude of other species. We are headed back to Club Grand Slam for another week in 2017. The trip will be a Saturday to Saturday excursion with clients needing to arrive in Cancun mid-day on their arrival date. Upon arrival in Cancun [...]
2017 marks Fish Tales’ 18th year of traveling to and fishing in Cuba. During that time we’ve experienced a lot of change – some of it good and some of it disappointing. The 2017 offering is new for us although we’ve fished the general area many times.
Ever wondered what it’s like to cast a surface popper while parrots fly overhead, howler monkeys roar at you, or the haunting “woofing call” of a jaguar echoes through the jungle, all while keeping an eye on the 12 foot long Caiman swimming 50 meters away? I have experienced all of these things. I’ve been [...]