Lil Bit @ Whipray Caye Lodge

Whipray Caye Lodge
Placencia, Belize

Whipray Caye Lodge, Placencia, Belize is a small fishing lodge located in the heart of some of the best saltwater fly fishing flats in Belize. It is an amazing setting for fishing for Permit and perfect for those who love to wade to their fish. All the rooms at the lodge are clean and cozy and the meals are guaranteed to be both generous and delicious.

Julian is one of Belize’s top permit guides, and so will be a great source of information about the area and make the best uses of the early starts and late finishes available to fly fishers staying at the lodge.

The area is rich in Permit, Tarpon, Bonefish, Yellowtail, Snapper, King Mackerel, Barracuda, and Grouper, and you get a 23 ft skiff with each booking to explore the surrounding waters at your own leisure and to your heart’s content.

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About this listing

Boat Specs
23 ft
2 persons
Fishing Techniques
Fly Fishing
Air Conditioning
Multimedia System
Fighting Chair
Life Jackets
Spearfishing Equipment
Snorkeling Equipment
Ice Box
Trip Includes
Rods, reels & tackle
Live Bait
Catch cleaning & filleting
Soft drinks & water
First Mate
Fishing License
Fly Fishing Equipment
FREE Cancellation
You can cancel or change your booking free of charge up to 7 days before the trip date.
Pickup not included
Transfer to/from departure site is not included in trip rates.

Other Policies  
Child Friendly
Catch and Release Mandatory

20% deposit charged upfront by FishingBooker to guarantee your reservation. The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the captain on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: Cash, Visa, Mastercard.

About the Captain

Julian Cabral
Placencia, Belize
Member since February 2014
I was born to a lifetime fisherman and his wife. His father, and his father before him, were fishermen of the sea. The family owned an island (Caye) 9 miles from the mainland of Placencia Village. Before engines they would paddle out to the Caye and beyond, to catch and salt the fish, storing it to take to the fishing co-op where it was sold. I continue this tradition today, transitioning from a family fishing for food to fly fishing as my profession.