Last month, Lloyd Bettis and Greg Behrens made the trek from Chicago and Singapore respectively, to the incredible flats oasis of Alphonse Island, in the Seychelles. The boys absolutely loved it and had some of the best flats fishing of their lives. Lloyd reported that they experienced some pretty sketchy weather for a couple of days, which is highly unusual for late fall in the Indian Ocean.
Several of their days at Alphonse were almost windless, which was a big change… Read More
Friends Brad and Chris Jacobs decided to head back down to Los Roques Venezuela at the end of September for their second stay at Pez Raton within the last 8 months. Lucky them!!!!
Brad was amazed by the average size of the bonefish, which he guesstimated at between 4 and 5 pounds. The weather, as it generally is in September and October, was excellent and this led to some absolutely silly days on the water, where 40 to… Read More
This past March I achieved my first Grand Slam (Tarpon, Permit and Bonefish) while fishing with a group out of Cayo Largo, Cuba. After several agonizing near misses over the past 12 years, I had begun to assume that a Grand Slam just simply was not in the cards for me. In fact, the night before I hit my Slam, I was sitting at the Sol Club bar with old friend and client Kevin Perry, reminiscing about close calls and sharing some… Read More
Norm Q and his good friend Allison hit Belize with us the second week of September, their second trip in the last 5 months. After battling strong winds and overcast skies for much of their first trip, they both felt like they had unfinished business and were determined to come back just as quickly as they could find the time. As Norm said in his email to us after he got home last weekend, “We had the trip of… Read More