NIGHT FISHING IN BELIZE
Night fishing is reef fishing, only done at night. Enjoy a moonlight evening by the reef catching Tarpon, Cubera, Snapper, Jacks and even Shark!
Night fishing is mostly done at or by the natural channels on the reefs, but it can also be done at the end of the island where natural channels are also located.
Because of the feeding habits of these types of fish, you can end up catching huge fish at night like the 234-pound women's world record Tarpon caught at one of the channels a few years ago.
Since the Belize Barrier Reef is about one quarter of a mile from shore, you can be fishing in not time at all. Belize Reef Fishing, provides some of the best fishing in the world.
Fish you can expect to catch are Grouper, Tarpon, Cubera, King Mackerel, Snapper, Barracuda, Jacks, and Reef Sharks.
There are many fishing spots on the barrier reef, so if fish aren't biting in one spot, it is easy to move to another spot. This type of fishing is the easiest and you can be sure that you will catch fish.
Trip includes rods, reels, line, tackle, bait, plenty of ice and cold drinks. Since reef fishing is done mostly inside the Barrier Reef, you don't need to worry too much about big waves and swells, that cause motion sickness.
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