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January/February Progreso Fishing Report

Posted by Travel Merida on Wednesday, February 21, 2018, In : Chelem/Chuburna Mexico Fishing Report 
Can I just say in the beginning here....I so love my job!!!...At YucatanSnook.com we have already exceeded last years tours in our first two months...Last year in the first 58 days we hosted 43 tours, 2018 we have now hit 67 fishing tours. We feel so blessed that our guests are having such a great time while on our watch. The fishing in these first two months has been awesome....Granted we still a few of those crappy fishing days and that as we all know is just part of this sport. We always w...
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MId January Fishing Report

Posted by Travel Merida on Saturday, January 17, 2015, In : Snook Fishing 
What a beautiful Saturday this turned out to be. The forecasters for sure got it right. Light westerly wind, cool temps, and when this happens, the BIG trout turn on. Speckled Sea Trout that is. They are abundant back in the Ria and today the big ones showed up indeed.

Larry, his wife Sherry and I caught a total of 15 trout, 5 we threw back and of the final 10, 6 were over 2 pounds, one at 2.6 and the last caught by myself, 3.6 pounds, ranks as one of the biggies caught here in the past four y...
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October 2014 Fishing Report / Fall Season Report

Posted by Randy on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, In : Snook Fishing 
Ok, ok, ok, I know it has been since May since I posted a fishing report. Forgive me, been really busy and not much of a writer. The fishing since the spring here in Ria has been for the most part awesome as it always is. Don't get me wrong, because of tidal, weather and water clarity, the fishing sometimes is more like fishing instead of catching. I would step out and say that 90% of the times we have had clients out or just myself, the fishing is AWESOME.

Top water is still the lure of choi...
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May 2014 Progreso Yucatan Fishing Report

Posted by Travel Merida on Wednesday, May 7, 2014, In : Snook Fishing 
Here in the Yucatan of Mexico, the fishing has turned to freekin awesome!! With the winter Nortes behind us, the water back in the Ria has cleared up and the big fish have returned. We had clients a few weeks ago and caught 17 sea trout, with myself catching the largest I have ever caught back there, a 6 pound lunker. The coolest part of it, it is with all top water hard plastic lures. The explosions when these fish hit is so exciting!! 



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This is the Beautiful Yucatan

Posted by Randy Miller on Saturday, December 4, 2010, In : Snook Fishing 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rHm9yuhLNE

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The key to tarpon fishing is.......

Posted by YUCATAN SNOOK on Saturday, February 13, 2010, In : Snook Fishing 
The key to tarpon fishing is keeping your presentation as natural as possible. Tarpon are fish with a very keen awareness of their surroundings. I learned much about tarpon a long time ago in Florida. I was staying in a place off a saltwater lake that was teaming with tarpon in the twenty to fifty pound range. It was my first time fishing for tarpon. You could see them swimming in the water but whenever I place bait near them they would not grab it. I noticed they would swim by areas that I w...
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SKIPPIN' AND POPPIN' AND MANGROVE MIGRAINES

Posted by Mexico Fishing Adventures on Wednesday, December 23, 2009, In : Snook Fishing 


  SKIPPIN' AND POPPIN' AND MANGROVE MIGRAINES

SCIENTISTS REMAIN AMBIGUOUS on whether it's possible for a mangrove to reach out and grab a snook plug. But personally, I'm convinced. I've seen them do it many times.

In fact, I suspect that the mangrove was genetically engineered by a crazed snook-plug manufacturer, for the express purpose of maximizing his sales. That's the only explanation of a tree that grows with its twisti...


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