Mexico has enough flyfishing opportunities to keep an angler busy for decades, and author Phil Shook breaks it down from Baja to the Yucatan and well beyond. Everything from tourist destinations like Cancun, Mazatlan and Acapulco, to lesser known locales such as Campeche, Ascension Bay, Tampico, Veracruz, Xcalak and much more, Shook has dedicated years of his life to researching Mexico's vast fisheries, and readers are privy to his insights in this all-inclusive book. If it's a viable sport-fishery, it's in the book. Shook guides anglers to the best tarpon, permit, bonefish and roosterfish fishing, while giving tips to steer them clear from potential trouble. Shook also details the best lodges, guide services and guides from his experience. Also covered are dorado, sailfish, mackerel, redfish, seatrout, snook, jack crevalle, marlin, ladyfish, snapper, tuna, barracuda, baby tarpon, needlefish, skipjack and more. Angler's need not avoid Mexico with the information contained in this guide. If you're a seasoned saltwater expert looking to expand your repertoire, you'll want this book. If you've always dreamed of getting wet in the tropics with targeting 100-pound tarpon or 8-pound bones, you'll want this book.I managed to reflexively bow the rod on each jump and soon worked the fish in close to the boat and got all the line back ... have a swimming motion in the water that is different from the more effortless and lazerlike trajectory of the baby tarpon.
|Title||:||Flyfisher's Guide to Mexico|
|Publisher||:||Wilderness Adventures Press - 2013-01-15|