If you have ever made a fishing trip to Tarpon Town in Yucatan’s Campeche, certainly you had the memorable experiences we had. Ahh! Those beautiful sunsets and great fishing! That blend of the walled Olde City with the new town and the fantastic fishing! The sight of Mayan ruins at Edzna and the amazing fishing! The myriad of restaurants and wondrous fishing!  What can I say other than all of the sights, sounds and tastes of Campeche took a back seat to the fishing experience. There is such an abundance of different species of fish including the targeted juvenile tarpon. Hooking these tarpon on light tackle is just the ticket for angling excitement. This, by itself, is worth the trip, but then there was the pleasant surprise of the abundant sea trout fishery. We were not expecting this and were totally elated to have caught over 50 of these spot-sided denizens in just a couple of hours. Here is a small selection of images from that trip.




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:
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