Venezuela Fishing Holidays: Bonefish, Tarpon, Permit, Jacks, Tuna and Barracuda fishing- Venezuela has it all.

Combined with some of the most spectacular landscapes you will ever see, a fishing trip to Venezuela is not to be missed.

Bonefish: Venezuela Los Roques Bonefishing

SALTWATER FLY-FISHING ON LOS ROQUES

Renowned as one of the best bonefishing destinations in the world, the Los Roques archipelago rises out of the deep blue Caribbean Sea 80 miles off the Venezuelan Coast. Famous for its pancake flats it offers exceptional sight fishing for large Bonefish. There is also a wide range of other sport fish available including Tarpon, Permit, Jacks, Tuna, Snook and Barracuda.

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Venezuela Fishing Reports & News

Bonefish: Venezuela Los Roques Bonefishing Fishing Report 2012

SIX DAYS OF SALTWATER FISHING KARMA ON LOS ROQUES

We touched down into Caracas on October 29th, the same day Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the Eastern Seaboard of the United States causing havoc, devastation and misery. The tail still had a sting as driving rain rocked the plane on its landing gear as we came to a halt opposite the terminal buildings. Mark Wengler, renowned windsurfing photographer who had accompanied us wondered whether the Danish winter was such a bad alternative whilst Tania, my wife, questioned her decision to join us on a very much fishing focussed holiday...

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Bonefish: Venezuela Los Roques Bonefishing Fishing Report 2008

CLOSE TO THE BONE: David Profumo fishes in Venezuela.

He goes by many names - Houdini fins, uptown sucker, John Mariggle but to me the bonefish (albula vulpes, if you're some kind of college professor) is the grey ghost of the flats. My favourite sporting quarry, I have chased him from Cuba to Christmas Island; but this year I found the finest place of all.

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Bonefish: Venezuela Los Roques Bonefishing Fishing Report 2007

FISHING SO GOOD THE FISH FIGHT BACK - A saltwater virgin is convinced!

If you have never experienced the pleasures of fishing in saltwater before, under the Caribbean sun, and in a totally exotic and remote location then this 1st hand account will hopefully provide an insight of what to expect. An eye opening experience and a first step into a totally different style of fishing, one from which I have never looked back.

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