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F.A.Q.'s on Fly Fishing Honduras

Q: What equipment do I bring?
A: See the Equipment page

Q: Do I need to be a good caster to fish in Honduras?
A: It is encouraged to have a fair level of experience

Q: What kind of fish should I expect to catch?
A: Permit are the main target species and bonefish are frequently caught.

Q: Do I need a fishing license?
A: No.

Q: What if my equipment fails?
A: We always have back-up equipment.

Q: Do I need flies, terminal tackle, or rods?
A: Yes.  (see Equipment page)

Q: How long is the flight?
A: 2 hours from Miami.

Q: Do I need a passport?
A: Yes

Q: Do I need travel vaccinations?
A: They are not required for entry into Honduras but you should consult your doctor before traveling to a tropical country like Honduras.

Q: Are there options other than fishing with the spouse or otherwise?
A: Yes, check out our Non-Angler Activities page.

Q: Can I exchange US Dollars in Roatan?
A: Yes, you can convert them to the local currency, Lempiras, the national currency of Honduras.

Q: Do we need to rent a car?
A: No.  We provide ground transportation to and from the Roatan airport, and taxis are available for trips into town.

Q: Do I need travel insurance?
A: Yes.

Q: What is the weather like in Honduras?
A: Honduras is a tropical paradise, complete with a scorching sun and high temperatures. Daily temps are 85-95 F. Rain showers are likely during our angling season. Raingear is needed (see Equipment page)

Q: Is there access to the Internet?
A: Yes.

Q: Can we keep trophy fish?
A: We encourage catch-and-release angling to preserve the quality of the fishery.

 

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