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Poster: KevinModeraGuide
Subject: Re: Placencia Belize Fishing - Feb 15 2002

Permit and tarpon continue to be very good this winter season - and not just juvenile tarpon as is usually the case from January through March. The big guys are around in good quantity -- 30 to 50 pound range. Tarpon have been feeding from below the baitfish in 7 to 8 feet of water, and seem to be plentiful right now, especially around Lagoon Caye.  The most successful fly lately has been a greenish/brownish Clouser on a 3/0 hook with a long shank.

Large bonefish down at the Sapodilla Cayes (around 8 pounds).  Biting well on pink/white and brown/white slightly weighted Crazy Charlies.
As usual for the winter, Black Grouper, King Mackerl and barracuda are around in good numbers.

Kevin Modera Guide Services,

Mary Toy, Kevin Modera Guide Services
Placencia, Belize

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