Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula offers some of the best flats fishing on Earth. Head south of Cancun and the famous Mayan Riviera and you’ll soon leave behind mega resorts and the scores of tourist attractions and find yourself traveling along gorgeous stretches of coastline and the fertile waters that host and abundance of permit, bonefish, snook, tarpon, barracuda and a long list of additional species. From Punta Allen to Xcalak, visiting anglers have access to three fabled bays, Ascension, Espiritu Santo and Chetumal, as well as an intricate system of rivers, creeks and lagoons also providing refuge and forage for the thriving populations of gamefish in the region.

Go northward instead and you can tap into the Yucatan’s equally outstanding tarpon fishery. From Holbox Island through Campeche to the west, the rich estuarine environments afford unparalleled action with juvenile silver kings, snook and other coveted inshore species in secluded, mangrove lagoons and neighboring flats. Meanwhile, the topography of nearby coastal waters provides a number of ideal ambush points to intercept the schools of large tarpon that migrate through the area during late spring and summer.

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