Fly Fish El Pescador on Ambergris Caye – Tripping With Steve Hollensed

| November 10, 2013

fly fishing belize Steve Hollensed


We have just returned from an outstanding fly fishing trip to Belize. The trip was such a success that I am already putting a trip together for next year. If you would like to join me and my group as we fish for bonefish, tarpon, & permit at El Pescador Resort on Ambergris Caye in Belize read below for more details. This is a two-for-one package and only three packages (for two) remain.


El Pescador is one of the top destinations in the world for a grand slam of bonefish, tarpon, and permit. And October is
one of the best times for a Grand Slam.
Late October usually means stable weather with lots of bones & tarpon on the flats. The bones should be a little bigger and more aggresive in October. Lots of tarpon on the flats and in the mangroves. Maybe some Jack Crevalle and snook as well.
Easy, Affordable, & Great Fishing
This trip is October 23-27, 2014. Thursday the 23th is arrival day. Guided fishing Friday thru Sunday. We depart on Monday, the 27th. The package includes four nights lodging and three days of guided fishing. Just fly in to Belize City and the lodge and I take care of you from there.

El Pescador is the Orvis Endorsed International Destination of the Year for 2012. This really says it all in terms of the level of service and quality of experience you can expect.

The cost for two is $3290! This is where one angler pays for the single occupancy package, and the second angler sharing the room and guides goes FREE! Or two anglers can spit this for an unbelievably low price.

If you are interested in the few remaining slots let me know ASAP. This will go very fast.


Captain Steve Hollensed
Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide
IFFF Master Casting Instructor

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