The New York Times and Sport Fishing TV both feature El Pescador in Belize
By Louise Laycock
The travel section of the New York Times published an article yesterday which depicts what a trip to the fabulous El Pesacador in Belize entails. We have also received some brilliant footage from Sport Fishing TV which was filmed in January...
Please click here to read the New York Times article by Jon Gluck.
To view the episode of Sport Fishing TV which features El Pescador, please click here.
Belize is a fascinating country with wonderfully friendly people and El Pescador occupies a niche market on Ambergris Cay as being the only dedicated fishing lodge in an area where you might expect several.
The fishing here is supremely diverse and when you combine that with excellent local guides, a great lodge and a superb atmosphere you have something that would suit everyone.
For further information on this diverse fishery, please contact either Louise Laycock or Charlie White.
St Francois Atoll was on top form over the past week. An event occurred that only happens once every few years. Massive schools of rabbitfish formed bait balls and moved into the lagoon which in turn made the GT’s go absolutely wild. The GT fishing was fantastic over the last week coupled with amazing bonefishing and even a few permit and triggerfish being caught in between. Not only was the flats fishing amazing but also the bluewater angling, with anglers landing some catches of a life time.
Fishing has improved this week with floating lines beginning to be effective. The team of 6 rods had a great week with a lot of laughs amongst great fishing. They landed 85 fresh fish with 16 fish over 15 pounds for an average weight of 10.1 pounds. The middle and lower river have fished best...
Ten years ago, work started on constructing the Delphi Club on a beautiful, deserted beach in south Abaco. Financed by Peter Mantle and a group of fishing friends from Ireland, Britain and the US, the venture quickly established itself as one of the finest fishing lodges in the world.