We specialize in fly and spin fishing in the flats, and we mainly target Bonefish all year around. However, there are other species we can target during some months of the year. For specific information about the species available, please see our Cozumel Flats Fishing season section.
We go to the Northern Flats of Cozumel to fly and spin fishing. In the flats area, there are 3 lagoons; Rio de la Plata lagoon, Paso Balem lagoon, and Monte Cristo lagoon.
We suggest you to bring polarized sunglasses, long-sleeve shirt, long pants, wading shoes, etc. We'll provide all light tackle and flies you will use to cast the flats in Cozumel. We use Orvis tackle, and it's in excellent conditions.
We suggest you to look at our Tackle and Flies suggestions section for detail information about tackle, flies, and lures that work best by fish we target.
Our meeting point is in the heart of downtown at the Local Church "San Miguel" in the main Plaza. No worries, you won't get lost. Cozumel is a very small Island, and there's only one Church in Downtown Plaza. We'll be waiting for you with a sign with your name on it, and if you are a fisherman you will spot the fisherman waiting for you. Just kidding.
Easy cake. Just grab a taxi at the Cruise Pier and ask the taxi driver to take you to the "San Miguel Church" in Downtown Plaza. The distance is about 1.5 mile and the ride should take less than 5 minutes.
If you are coming to Cozumel from Playa del Carmen (Mayan Riviera area), just go to the Ferry Pier in Playa del Carmen, and take the Ferry to cross over to Cozumel. The ferries run every hour, and the ride takes about 35 minutes. Once you get here in Cozumel, just walk outside the Ferry Pier, and cross the street towards inside the Plaza, then walk straight 2 blocks and the "San Miguel Church" is right there.
If you are coming from Cancun, please take a taxi or Bus from Cancun to Playa del Carmen. The ride from Cancun to Playa del Carmen takes about 45 minutes. Once in Playa del Carmen, just go to the Ferry Pier to cross over to Cozumel. The ferries run every hour, and the ride takes about 35 minutes. Once you get here in Cozumel, just walk outside the Ferry Pier, and cross the street towards inside the Plaza, then walk straight 2 blocks and the "San Miguel Church" is right there.
Note: the Playa del Carmen Ferry Pier is only 2 blocks from the Bus Station where you arrived from Cancun.
You get the fishing time you booked for. The transportation time (car and panga travel time) is not considered in the fishing time you get. So, if you booked a 4 hours Fishing Trip, your total trip time will be around 5 hours.
This is up to your Cruise's scheduled port time in Cozumel. The average rule is either 4 hours or 6 hours Trip. We suggest you to book your Trip to depart 1 hour after your Cruise is scheduled to dock into Cozumel, because it will take about 30 minutes for the Cruise to allow passengers to disembark once it's docked.
Yes, and it's automatically covered by us when you book your Trip. No worries.
Yes, everything you need for the flats is covered in the rate you paid at the time of booking your trip. We'll provide you with tackle (both fly and spin tackle), flies, fishing license, round-trip transportation from our meeting point, softdrinks, and some snacks as well.
Yes, we carry spin tackle and lures. We'll bring to the trip in case you want to give it a shot. No worries.
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