By nature fly anglers seek out challenges and new experiences, and Central America offers plenty of both. When people envision fly fishing in Central America most picture poling the miles of pristine salt water flats in Belize as your local guide points out tailing permit. Huge schools of bonefish can be spotted in the crystal clear water and tarpon are found year round to offer you the elusive Inshore Grand Slam. Belize is ideal for a fly fishing vacation due to the sheer number of opportunities you are bound to have at any number of fish.
Belize is far from the only Central American country to offer great fly fishing however. In Costa Rica we offer float trips down our jungle rivers, you can fly fish for rainbow bass on the 33 sq. mile Lake Arenal, or go fly fishing for tarpon on the Caribbean Coast. The sailfish numbers in Guatemala and Costa Rica are so eye-popping that it is quite common to spend a day fly fishing offshore for these 100-lb acrobats. In Panama we offer the ‘Panama Canal Grand Slam’ with peacock bass, snook, and tarpon all available on the waters of the Panama Canal. If you are up for a real challenge head offshore and try to land a marlin on the fly – good luck!