Fly Fishing Tulum
Guide owned, Angler approved day fly fishing trips in the Sian Ka'an and Ascension Bay, Mexico with the most experienced guides. Book direct to make sure you have the angling adventure of a lifetime
Day Fly Fishing trips from Tulum, Mexico!
Don't want to make the bone jarring three hour ride to Punta Allen, to fish for a day in Ascension Bay? No worries, we can pick you up by boat in Tulum and provide a full day fly fishing experience that will leave you with a lifetime of positive memories.
Fly Fishing Tulum has the same great fly fishing guides that brought you Club Grand Slam. Ascension Bay's top rated fly fishing lodge. Our guides are the most experienced and friendliest in the area. They speak great English, are patient teachers, and love to lead clients to the best fishing Ascension Bay, Boca Paila, and Tulum, Mexico have to offer.
Whether you are new to saltwater fly fishing angler or an old hand, Fly Fishing Tulum offers outstanding fly fishing opportunities. You can stalk and sight cast to bonefish in skinny, gin-clear water, head into the mangrove lagoons for tarpon and snook, or hunt for permit on the inside flats and the deeper flats on the ocean side. Our highly experienced guides will pole classic 23-foot Mexican style panga boats, scanning for all of these different species. Once they are located – if the water is shallow enough - you will often slip out of the boat with the guide to stalk the fish on foot. This allows anglers to get much closer to the fish without spooking everything, and normally results in numerous shots to the same fish. The great thing about our fishery is that you can typically find fish no matter what the weather is doing. Our guides are great at putting you on fish in virtually any situation. The lagoons and the Boca (the mouth of a river) located just South of Tulum allows for protection from the wind. The fish tend to feed well in this area as well, due to the increased tidal flows in the system and an abundance of food. This is an incredible fishery that is often overlooked by most guides in the area and receives very light fishing pressure.