In the heart of Shipyard Island near JB's Fish Camp, there's a winter fishing spot where the water gets cold and clear, the bull redfish get massive - so big in girth they (and the flat itself) are endearingly referred to as Toads.
BajioBajio Zip Keeper
The Zip Keepers are designed to be worn extended at regular length or “zipped” for a custom fit to the back of the head.
Named for the ruins of several prominent Prohibition-era social clubs built at sea in Biscayne Bay, Florida. Stiltsville is also a famous flat known for phenomenal bonefishing.
BajioBajio Las Rocas
Sight-fishing requires laser focus on the slightest indication—that split-second opportunity when you’ll either set the hook or lament over the one that got away. With so much on the line, you need sunglasses that give you every available advantage.
Named for a memorable flat we encountered on our odyssey expedition through the Yucatan near Campeche, Piedra elicits images of red and back mangroves, casting to the big rolling tarpon on the incoming and sneaking on snook with the outgoing.
Named for Alejandro, Vega Cruz, AKA "Sandflea," the Grandfather of fly fishing on the Yucatan's Isla Holbox.
In Mexico’s Ascension Bay, where schools of tailing permit come to play, the poised angler in the Palometa (Spanish for permit) is ready to slay—all day.
Leaving before dawn and staying out past last light. You don’t even have to wonder—your partner in crime with the Nippers is up for it.
Some folks seem to have a shortcut solution to untie every knot people get themselves into. When a motor or a mood dies, these folks step in, and before you know it everything is all good once again.