The island of Holbox, situated 8 miles north of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, is a hidden gem. It is accessible by ferry or air-taxi from the mainland. On the island, you'll find an ecclectic atmosphere of islanders, beach lovers, vacationing families and fly fishermen visiting for the fishing trip of their dreams. The island, specifically the Cabo Catoche lighthouse, marks the meeting of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean in tourmaline and topaz waters. Off the north shore, migratory giant tarpon run the length of the island when in season; in fact, the Holbox fishery is considered to be one of the most spectacular in the world for trophy silver kings. To the south there are miles of lagoons flourishing with juvenile or baby tarpon and snook, as well as sandy bottom flats where there are occasionally permit and bonefish. Holbox's healthy habitat offers year round salt water excitement for anglers from every background and level of expertise.
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