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The Ultimate Belize Fishing Experience

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With the Caribbean Sea to the east and just offshore the massive Belize Barrier Reef, dotted with hundreds of cayes, Belize hosts rich marine life, making Belize an excellent fishing vacation destination. To add to all this is its year-round summerlike weather and easy access from many cities across North America and Canada.


Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy the ultimate Belize fishing experience at Ray Caye Resort. Ideally located on the edge of the Gladden Spit and Silk Caye Marine Reserve, some of the best fishing spots are just minutes away from the resort. As a matter of fact, the water around the island is thriving with bait fish that attracts larger fish such as permit, tarpon and bonefish, which means that it’s possible for an angler to get a “Grand Slam” right from the island. Note though, that any fish caught from the island is catch and release.


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Alternatively, you can take a tour out to the abundant reef and enjoy great fishing in the Gladden Spit. Join us on some of the finest flats for fly fishing & deep-sea fishing grounds in the country. Anglers can enjoy resort amenities along with their Belize fishing tours. There's no longer a need to endure cold lunches and warm beers; after an exciting morning fishing trip, simply come back to the restaurant for a full lunch.


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belize fishing tours


Looking for more fishing satisfaction? Enjoy 3 full days of fishing with one of our experienced and licensed fishing guides with our Belize fishing package. Our 4 Night Fishing Package includes transfer from Placencia airport to the island, welcome drink, 4 nights accommodation in an oceanfront cabana, all meals and 3 days of fishing.


Start planning your Belize fishing vacation with us, but first, check out our fishing calendar to plan your vacation around the fish you want to catch or contact us for assistance.


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In 2019 Hatchet Caye changed its name to Ray Caye. Because of this, some of the older blog posts will refer to Hatchet Caye and the newer ones will refer to Ray Caye. Either way, they are the same private island you have come to love. 


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