Mexico is widely regarded as having some of the finest saltwater fly-fishing on the planet. Hugely popular, it is ideal for beginner and experienced anglers alike.
Down both coastlines, east and west, there is a large number of species that love to eat a well presented fly pattern. On the east, the remote bays of the southern Yucatan Peninsula offer the best opportunity for a Grand Slam in the Caribbean. The permit fishing is exceptional and it is a great place to learn to bonefish.
The bays of Ascension, Espiruto Santo and Chetumal will provide a memorable flats experience. The North Yucatan is home to some great baby and migratory tarpon fishing in Holbox and Campeche.
The west coast of Mexico offers a unique environment for anglers to fish the bluewater off the Baja Peninsula for Tuna, Marlin and Sailfish while inshore the angler can fish for the irresistable and iconic Roosterfish.
Fly Odyssey is highly experienced with regard to the saltwater fly fishing opportunities available in Mexico. Our local knowledge of Mexico ensures we can offer you a variety of travel options to suit your needs and requirements from exploratory adventure fishing, hosted fly fishing trips, complete guided packages and lodge stays with the best outfitters in the country. Be it a family holiday or a dedicated fly-fishing adventure we have a range of options to suit your needs. You can be sure that your travel arrangements are being organised by people who know the country intimately.
Passport with at least six months validity.
Mexico is easily accessed from Europe, Central America and the United States with direct flights from many countries.
Passport with minimum six months validity.
Take a direct flight to Mexico City, Campeche or Merida airports. Flight time is approximately ten to eleven hours from the UK and eighteen to nineteen hours from Australia.
Please note that some airlines apply a departure tax (US$ 50) at Cancun.
- Currency: Mexican Peso and US Dollar
- Capital: Mexico City
- international Airport: Cancun
- Population: 110 million
- Language: Spanish and English
- Religion: Catholic
- Electricity: 110v two-pin
- Time: 6 Hours behind GMT, 16 hours behind Australia
- Average temperature: mid to high temperatures, 25-35℃, fairly consistent due to its Caribbean location