The trend over Ambergris Caye has been the Rolling fronts and intermittent rain. Wind conditions are from the E/NE 10-20 consistently. Catch rates continue to remain below average, and low light conditions require guides to resort to catching Bonefish largely through tailing or waking on the flats. Likewise, Permit and Tarpon have been challenging to find, and catch rates remain below average. Small Tarpon and Snook can be found in and around mangrove growth but require greater accuracy to hook up.
Partly cloudy with intermittent rain and moderate wind conditions during the middle of most days. Temperatures have settled in the low 80s.
E/SE 10 – 20 Mph. Gusting to 20 Mph
Hi-low 80s to Low high 70s
Waning Gibbus, 3rd Qtr Moon January 14.
Sunrise / Sunset
Sunrise 6:25 am Sunset: 5:32 pm
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING
Good numbers of Bonefish (134) were landed, averaging 2 to 3 lbs, several ranging from 3 to 6 lbs.
Seven for the week.
Four this week.
Snook – Six.
Snapper and Jack Crevalle landed West along the Mainland Coastline.
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