The Lodge Edition skiffs are specially modified versions of three different Hell's Bays: the Whipray, Waterman, and Professional.
These skiffs have been equipped with additional accessories to make them more functional for staff guides.
With the collaboration of several yacht owners, captains, and years of experience, we have developed the perfect selection of skiffs to compliment your yacht. Our tender skiffs are designed and crafted to meet the durability requirements of a tender, with all the benefits our technical poling skiffs are known for. If you are looking for the ultimate in customization, quality, and performance for your yacht tender, look no further.
Posted by Hells Bay TB on 01/22 at 10:31 PM | Permalink
El Pescador Lodge is honored to have hosted the 1st Annual Invitational Tagging Tournament to Benefit Bonefish & Tarpon Trust at El Pescador Jan 12 – 16th. The tournament required anglers and guides to not only measure the fish before release, but to tag bonefish and permit and take a DNA sample from tarpon by swiping a sponge across their upper jaw. 58 bonefish and permit were landed, tagged and fin clipped during the 3 days.
Posted by Hells Bay JR on 01/20 at 04:58 PM | Permalink
If you like fishing for bonefish, you will like Season 2 of Buccaneers and Bones.
If you like picturesque flats and turquoise tropical seas, you will like the upcoming season.
If you like shots at tailing fish, you will be pleased.
In Season 2, the original crew from Pirates of the Flats is together once again: Tom Brokaw, Michael Keaton, Tom McGuane, Lefty Kreh, Yvon Chouinard, and Bill Klyn. Plus, this year they have been joined by Flip Pallot and Liam Neeson, who hold their own.
Season 2 takes place at the historic Deep Water Cay Club with their custom fleet of Hell’s Bay Boatworks skiffs, the gateway to hundreds of square miles of scenic, bonefish-filled flats. The scenery is unbelievable, and the fishing fantastic.
Posted by Hells Bay JR on 01/20 at 02:10 PM | Permalink
Bonefish & Tarpon Trust believes that making Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus), the “Silver King”, a Federal gamefish, is necessary to conserve tarpon for the recreational, economic and environmental benefit of present and future generations of Americans.
Tarpon are prized saltwater fish that can live in excess of 80 years and grow to well over 250 pounds, making them especially susceptible to overfishing. Tarpon sport fishing contributes more than $6 billion annually to the regional economies of coastal southeast US and Gulf of Mexico from Virginia to Texas.