Tarpon Town Anglers//Campeche, Mexico

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Campeche is more or less exclusively a baby tarpon fishery. While the odd snook, barracuda or jack crevalle is a possibility, anglers should understand Campeche’s fishery is almost entirely focused on the high numbers of 5-40 pound tarpon – with an average size of ten pounds. Anglers target tarpon in the mangrove wetlands and backcountry or on turtlegrass flats for schooling fish.
Campeche is a year round fishery, however there are idiosyncrasies to consider with each season.

The late spring, summer, and early autumn provide the most stable weather, however winter months, while a little riskier with cold fronts, can offer the most comfortable air temperatures and awesome opportunity on the turtlegrass flats for schooling 20-40 pounders.

Campeche is perhaps the most consistent juvenile tarpon fishery in the world. It is an awesome destination to consider for folks interested in high numbers of tarpon averaging ten pounds on light tackle. Campeche is also a fantastic city to visit for all its historic and cultural aspects – making it a destination to consider for non-angling companions. If you are looking for a multi-species fishery or a remote “lodge,” this is not the place for you.
5 Nights / 4 Days fishing is $2050 per person (based on double occupancy).
Shorter and longer visits are available. Additional expenses include, but are not limited to, airfare to the Yucatan, dinner meals and alcoholic beverages, and guide gratuity.
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