When fishing season ends in your neck of the woods, it takes just a few hours to get to Belize
Fishing can be an addiction for folks who love everything about the sport. Little gear is required to have a full day of entertainment and being out on the water is better than a tranquilizer. If you’ve got a fishing buddy, life is good.
But when weather threatens to take away your favorite sport, there’s only one thing to do: Grab a plane and head for Belize where every month is fishing paradise.
Book accommodations at Laru Beya Resort where fishing expedition details are taken care via the resort’s all inclusive fishing tours.
Full days of fishing followed by dinner at the resort’s restaurant and lodgings so lush, you’ll feel more like a king fish than a minnow, it’s the perfect place to do what you love any month that strikes your fancy.
Need more reassurances?
Check out this Placencia’s fishing calendar and you’ll see what we mean:
January: Start the new year by fishing for Bonefish, Grouper (Red, Black, Yellow, and Tiger), Permit, Snook, Tarpon, Wahoo, and Barracuda.
February: Everything listed above is biting, with the exception of Wahoo.
March: Add Snapper and Crevalle Jack to your catch list this month.
April: Wahoo return and there are new species in the water that include Yellowtail Snapper, Sailfish and Tuna.
May and June: Summer brings a full complement of fish, so possibilities are endless and include Barracuda, Bonefish, Cubera Snapper, Jacks, King Mackerel Mutton Snapper (open water), Permit (flats), Tarpon (mangrove cayes), Yellowtail Snapper and Wahoo. Add Tuna to your June list.
July and August: Both months offer opportunities to snag Barracuda, Bonefish, Jacks, King Mackerel, Marlin, Permit (flats), Sailfish, Tarpon, Tuna, and Wahoo. Cubera Snapper disappears during August.
September: Come to Belize where Laru Beya’s low rates double your value and fun. All of the fish listed for July and August will be biting.
October: Has catching Mutton Snapper been a lifelong goal? Show up at Belize docks and beaches around the 15th when these elusive fish return. You can still catch Barracuda, Bonefish, Marlin, Sailfish, Tarpon, Tuna and Wahoo. Head for Monkey River and the Placencia Lagoon if you’re eager to catch Snook.
November: Give thanks for the addition of Grouper to the aforementioned list of fish awaiting your bait.
December: Perhaps they’re off on holiday, but in December, Snook, Marlin, and Sailfish vanish from Belize waters, but Jacks return after a two-month hiatus.
There’s plenty of fish in this particular sea and by staying at Laru Beya, get all the access a fishing fanatic could want, regardless of the time of year you decide to treat yourself to the sport you love most.