Entries in permit (31)
For years, Ray Montoya has been chasing permit on the Arabian Peninsula of southern Oman. These fish inhabit tidal beach flats, often swimming on their sides in water just a few inches deep to forage for crabs and snails. He finally captured what fishing these permits is all about using his GoPro.
Good friend A.C. deflowering his permit card. This is a great fish, but the rod snapping 40 lb'r (not landed) was the one that really got his attention.
Friend and colleague Mike Thompson captures some of the thoughts and emotions of the permit angler in this journal entry from his most recent trip south of the border.
LINK (Via:The Palameto Club)
In 2009 the possession of Tarpon, Bonefish and Permit was prohibited in Belize - except in the act of catch and release. And although this has been law for three years now, it seems not everyone got the message.
Disturbing evidence has surfaced with regards to illegal fishing of protected species in the area of Los Salones, Ambergris Caye.
Alyssa Flota of El Pescador and Wil Flack from Tres Pescados Fly Shop indicated that they have repeatedly notified the Fisheries Department – stating that to the best of their knowledge, the boat is a Sarteneja boat selling to the Corozal market – and has apparently been netting in the area over the past two years. Despite reporting to the Fisheries Department and the management of the Hol Chan Marine Reserve on numerous occasions it appears that no action has been taken.
LINK (Via: The San Pedro Sun)