Introducing Mayazul Lodge, Mexico

Introducing Mayazul Lodge, Mexico

Mayazul Lodge is perched at the mouth of Ascension Bay in Mexico. Protected within UNESCO Heritage Sian Ka'an Biosphere, Ascension Bay is revered as one of the most prolific and diverse bonefish, permit, snook, and juvenile tarpon fisheries -- among many other species in the Caribbean. Each day, anglers gather beachfront from the newly renovated lodge in custom-kitted pangas for a full day on the flats, and return to beachside cocktails and fish-tales. This is a permit paradise with consistent opportunities for bonefish and other species. The level of quality and service sets this lodge apart.

Mayazul – Permit, Tarpon & Snook - México 2024

30th March to 6th April (7/6) – Private use of the lodge (all 8 rods)
6th to 13th April (7/6) – 6 rods
13th to 19th April (6/5) – 4 rods
19th to 26th (7/6) April – Private use of the lodge (all 8 rods)
29th April to 4th May (5/4) – 4 rods
16th to 23rd May (7/6) – Private use of the lodge (all 8 rods)
25th May to 1st June (7/6) – 2 rods
1st to 8th June (7/6) – Private use of the lodge (all 8 rods)
8th to 15th (7/6) June – 6 rods

Note: Mayazul has 4 rooms with 2 queen beds each – Space for up to 8 rods

Please contact Roddy to find out more.

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