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 Sport Fishing
 
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I would like to introduce you to the newest offshore fishery in the western hemisphere, the southeastern Caribbean coast of Nicaragua! These waters lie outside the mouth of the Rio San Juan and Rio Indio along a primitive jungle coast that has never been sport fished, until now. The Rio Indio Lodge has become the only service in the area to provide guided fishing offshore and in the huge area of fresh water rivers and lakes called The Indio–Maiz Reserve.

Fresh Water Jungle Fishing
The Rio San Juan and Rio Indio Delta is laced with cuts, lagoons and jungle lakes.The fresh water fishing offers Snook and Tarpon, but is also rich with exotic species of fish like the Gaupote (Rainbow Bass), Machaca and Mohara bream. These fresh water species are caught using light baitcasting tackle and provide a great experience for fly fisherman as well.

This truly is one of the few locations you can fish all day and never see another boat. The access to the Indio-Maiz Reserve is very restricted and your permit to fish this pristine jungle is included with your package.


Salt Water Offshore Fishing
The offshore waters present many different opportunities. Starting with the beach, large snook are commonly caught wade fishing in the surf. The near shore waters are full of trophy Tarpon, Tripletail and a variety of large Snapper, all within sight of the shore. These waters average 50 ft. to 100 ft. in depth. The first major drop-off is as close as ten miles offshore. Here you typically will find blue water and a depth that falls from 250 ft. to 2,000 ft. plus. This is a major feature that runs northeast out into the Caribbean Sea for about 140 miles. If you are looking for great blue water action and want to get to the fishing grounds in a hurry, then this is the place for you!
Gulf Caribbean LLC, J. Vincent Phillips, Owner/Manager Contact: 601-954-2287 or gulfcaribbean@gmail.com


 
 
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