"La Calavera Catrina"
Catrina of the dead.
Whale Shark in the deep blue of the Gulf of Mexico.
A whale shark with it's mouth open, glides quietly by the boat as it filters food from the rich waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
6/0 Fly for giant off-shore Tarpon!
Weigh-in at the local fishing derby.
Huge grasshopper resting on the beach.
Fishermen's pangas at rest after a day of working the sea for fish.
Local fishermen, selling their catch of fresh barracuda.
Colorful lights hanging outside the store, in downtown Isla Holbox.
Dolphins play with the boat as we move around in search of the feeding tarpon.
Dance of the Pink Ladies
Flamingo's dance and shuffle onthe sand bar as they feed in the mid-day sunshine.
Kids and adults alike come to the town pier at the end of another hot day to socialize, swim, and cast a line or two.
Boats on the beach, ready to head out at a moments notice to pursue either of these great game species.
Colorful night scene, on a beautiful calm night.
Rod at the ready, looking for Tarpon in the water.
Poling the boat in the mangrove lagoon, searching for the tell tale fins of the baby tarpon.
Can I mum?
Little boy on the dock was so excited to see and touch all the fish that his parents brought in for the derby.
Pelicans line the break water on the approach to the mangrove lagoon, giving all those who enter the "once over".
Gorgeous beach, white sand and clean waters.
Colorful hand made hammocks on display at night in downtown Isla Holbox.
Thumbs up from my guide Valentino, one of Mr. Sandflea's top guides at the Holbox Tarpon Club.
Rods in the launchers after a successful day on the blue waters of Isla Holbox.
Home Sweet Home
Fishermen's nets, all dry and ready for the next day.
Hauling out the boat at night takes a full team effort.
Tarpon on the roll
Rolling Tarpon feeding on a large school of sardines off the coast of Isla Holbox, Mexico.
A pair of mating Horseshoe Crab.