Costa De Cocos – Hosted Trip to Xcalak, Mexico with Duranglers
Dates: November 16-23, 2019, (6 days 7 nights)
Escape the cold of winter and come fish the flats of Chetumal Bay with Duranglers. Located 250 miles south of Cancun, Costa de Cocos is located in the small fishing village of Xcalak, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Situated at the end of the southern Yucatan Peninsula, Xcalak is the last village in Mexico at just 8 miles north of the Belize border on the Caribbean coast.
A prime location for the saltwater angler, Costa De Cocos has more than 20 years experience hosting anglers from all over the world. Boasting 22 miles of reef-protected, newly formed National Marine Park as the front yard, and a literal playground of more than 30 flats in the Chetumal Bay out back. Littered with white sandy flats, hard coral flats, soft flats, and miles of mangroves, Chetumal might as well be considered the lesser known and lesser explored cousin to Ascension Bay. All that sits between you and Chetumal is a 10-minute boat run from the dock to the bay. With target species of bonefish, permit, resident tarpon, snook, barracuda, and more available, saltwater grand slams are a daily possibility.