Belize is a mecca for those interested in fishing.
Fishing is great all along the coast of Belize, from the Port Honduras and Punta Icacos lagoon of Toledo to Rocky Point on Ambergris Caye. Any of the many rivers which empty into the Caribbean along Belize's coasts can guarantee a daily catch. All kinds of fishing can be done — spin, fly, trolling – all year long, and the abundance of game fish guarantees excellent sport fishing.
Most of your guides and boatmen speak English so learning where and what to fish will be not a problem. A country that can boast 185 miles of unrivalled barrier reef, hundreds of square miles of classic fishing flats, and intricate webs of emerald green rivers attracts more than just your avid fisherman. Fish cannot get enough of the Belizean waters either, which makes this destination ideal for a sport called "catching"-a favorite among expert fly fishermen and your average fish enthusiast of any age or skill level. The species diversity matches the assortment of fishing grounds and makes each trip truly remarkable.
The fish want you to come.