Howdy fishing family! Wow, seriously, after a record warmest month in December we are now seeing a record cold in the month of January! Our last boated tarpon were in December and yes folks, by women! Many hook ups after that but since January 2, we have had super cold fronts move over us and have just simply shut down the snook and tarpon. 

I see my daily Facebook pop ups from last year and the years before and lots of tarpon and snook caught...But because of our colder temps that have chilled out the waters both snook and tarpon have been laying low and not catchable...The Speckled Sea trout on the other hand love the cold temps and being that this is their spawning season we have had most days producing 20 to 50 trout in 4 hours for our guests...ranging from dinks to 4 pounders!!!

The big fish will return without a doubt but thank God our trout are as fun to spend time catching. The Ria (backwaters) where we target them is beautiful, shallow water, (3 to 4 feet) of crystal clear water..

If you are planning a trip to the Yucatan, and to our beautiful area we call home, Progreso, Chelem, Chuburna or surrounding areas, then by all means contact us for a super fun fishing day. We are rated the number one inshore fishing guide service in the area. TripAdvisor