Pesca Maya Lodge Mexico

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Located on a white sand beach 90 miles south of Cancun, Pesca Maya Lodge is a Fly Water favorite for serious anglers looking to experience the splendor of Ascension Bay without breaking the bank. Here bonefish, permit, tarpon, snook and barracuda cruise an endless array of crystal clear flats, mangrove lagoons, channels, and reefs. Anglers fly fish two per panga under the watchful eye of both a senior and junior fly fishing guide, maximizing their chances from the boat and while wading.

opperating within the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve, Pesca Maya Lodge offers year round fly fishing opportunities for bonefish, permit and jacks. Tarpon season runs from April through October and snook season is from November through March. The Sian Ka’an Preserve is home to more than 345 species of birds, including over one million wintering migratory song birds. Anglers access the fishing areas in traditional Mexican pangas with two guides on every boat (one senior guide and one junior guide). While the vast majority of the fly fishing is done from the boat there are also some opportunities to wade fish for bonefish and permit.

Pesca Maya Lodge is a casual, comfortable operation located on a solitary white sand beach. The lodge can accommodate up to 22 guests in simple double occupancy rooms. The rooms have AC and private bathrooms and most have ocean views. There is also a furnished ocean-front terrace for relaxing and enjoying pre-dinner appetizers. The lodge features its own fly shop, 15 boats with some of the best guides in the area and a beautiful beach where you can relax while not fishing.

Location:
Pesca Maya Lodge is located on the outskirts of Punta Allen, Mexico on the north shore of Ascension Bay.

Fishing Program:
Ascension Bay is only 90 miles south of Cancun, Mexico, and offers endless crystal clear flats, mangrove lagoons, channels, reefs, where bonefish, permit, tarpon, snook, barracuda, jacks and others swim. Located within the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve, Pesca Maya Lodge offers year round fly fishing possibilities for bonefish, permit, and jacks. Tarpon season runs from April through October and snook season is from November through March. The Sian Ka'an Preserve is home to more than 345 species of birds, including over one million wintering migratory song birds.

Anglers access the fishing areas on traditional Mexican Pangas with two guides on every boat (one senior guide and one junior guide). While the vast majority of the fly fishing is done from the boat there are also opportunities to wade fish for bonefish and permit.

Accommodations and Meals:
Pesca Maya Lodge is a wonderfully comfortable and casual operation located on a solitary white sand beach. The lodge can accommodate up to 22 guests sharing rooms. The rooms all have AC and private bathroom and most have ocean views. There is also a furnished ocean front terrace for relaxing and enjoying pre-dinner appetizers. The lodge features its own fly shop, 15 boats with the best guides in the area, and a beautiful beach where you can relax while not fishing.

Meals are home-style, with breakfast buffet and box lunches for anglers. For non-anglers, the chef will prepare a traditional Mexican lunch at the lodge. The dinner menu changes daily and includes barbecues and other specials.

Sample Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrive Cancun and transfer to lodge.
Days 2 - 7: Six full days of guided fishing
Day 8: Depart lodge.

 

Rates and Details

2016 Rate: $3,964 per person for a 7 night/6 day package

Included: Accommodations (double occupancy) and meals at the lodge, private boat fishing, beer, soda and local liquor and cocktails, wine on the table, round-trip transfer from Cancun to lodge.
Not Included: Airfare, accommodations and meals in Cancun, imported alcohol, fishing license, staff and guide gratuities.

 


Species: Bonefish, permit, tarpon, snook, jacks, and barracuda

Season: Year-round

Capacity: 22 anglers

MapPunta Allen, Mexico

Time: One hour later than Pacific Standard Time.

 

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