As we took the morning ride in our guided skiff down the Belize River to the ocean flats, we bore witness to the novel sights and sounds of the lush jungle. There were sounds of howler monkeys and toucans and other exotic birds; the sights of the iguana, the tapir and the alligator; all permanently etching memories into the brain. Then there was the fishing experience. This just may be a fishery paradise waiting for the light tackle angler to celebrate its offerings. A slam (bonefish, permit and tarpon) or super slam (slam plus snook) is not so elusive in these waters. What a great way to spend a week in Central America at the Belize River Lodge.
About Art Blank 6 Articles
Having been raised in in an environment surrounded by ocean and bay in Miami, FL, I took to the world of fishing in a big way starting at the age of five. In the past 15 years, my fishing experiences have come to include related photography. I travel to many venues throughout the Western Hemisphere to photographically promote fishing destinations' vast offerings to the avid light tackle angler. My images have been portrayed in several publication media which include "FLORIDA SPORT FISHING MAGAZINE", "DESTINATION FISH MAGAZINE", "SOUTH CAROLINA SPORTSMAN", "THE HERALD" (Miami). I also maintain a small photo gallery on my blogsite: http://rightanglingimages.blogspot.com.
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