Fishing at the Campeche Tarpon Club is all about juvenile Tarpon from five to twenty pounds in weight. The fishing is mostly from skiffs and in the ribbon of mangroves and backcountry lagoons, flats and creeks which run from the north of the city for over one hundred and twenty kilometres. This makes for a huge area to explore and fish and it is the main reason for the consistency of the fishing which is outstanding.
Most of the fish range between five and fifteeen pounds in weight and a twenty-pound Tarpon is considered a 'good fish'. Anglers will also get the chance to have a shot at a Snook as these fish also frequent the mangroves.
The guides who look after you during your fishing know these waters very well and are dedicated professional full-time guides who aim to ensure that they put you right onto the fish.
The skiffs which are used are custom-built for the backcountry and the narrow channels but are comfortable with plenty of room for two anglers and a guide and are very stable for casting.
Customers and guests services is paramount at Campeche, whether fishing or non-fishing and they will work hard to ensure you have a successful and memorable time.
We would advise anglers to bring all the equipment and gear they need, rods reels lines and flies wading boots polarized sunglasses etc, however, if you break your rod or would prefer to rent, the lodge does have some fully equipped rod outfits but it is a better option to bring the gear you need. The lodge does have flies and leaders, should you run out.