We found tarpon rolling in the creek mouths, the back country, the mangrove edges, the inner flats, and even a few along the outside flat edges. The one constant was floating lines, visually explosive takes, and spectacular acrobatics in the crystal clear waters of Campeche
For flies I would highly recommend any of the EP patterns, though it seemed olive and white with some flash was best (also great for snook), foam body toads and traditional body toads in chartreuse, chartreuse and yellow, and purple and black. And of course, poppers, which seemed particularly effective in the wee early hours of the day no matter the color!
Some of the flies that Drake used sucessfully on his trip.
This was my third time to Campeche and it won’t be long until I am back fishing again with my friends Alejandro, Pechuga, and Hollywood! Thanks for everything!
We here at Black Fly Outfitters have hosted two separate trips to Campeche Tarpon and it is one of our favorite destinations. Click here to read a report on our last trip. If you would like to join us on our next trip there (now scheduled for the June, July time frame), let us know by dropping me an email at my address below.
If you have any plans to visit Campeche Tarpon or any other tarpon fishing destination and need flies for your trip, we have all of these and many many more in our store. Visit us here, www.blackflyoutfitter.com and check us out.
You can see more from the trip by Brett Colvin at www.flytowater.com
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