Saltwater Fly Fishing Ascension Bay Mexico


Saltwater Destination Fly Fishing

6 Days Guided Fly Fishing – Low Guide to Client Ratio
Each guide has a maximum of 1 client, this gives you individual time with your guide to improve your technique and get the most out of your trip.

Access to Premier Permit Fishing
Plus, opportunities for bonefish, tarpon, snook, barracuda, jack crevalle and more. We schedule all of our hosted trips during the perfect lunar cycle.

7 Night Accommodations
The newly remodeled Palometa Club is the definition of an old school lodge operation with tremendous hospitality, comfortable accommodations, incredible food, Wi-Fi and an all-star staff.

What’s Included
Group transportation to and from Cancun to the lodge.
All Meals & Happy Hour Beverages (Margaritas, Beer, Local Rum and mixed drinks).

Airfare, Gear and Gratuity is Not Included – we will personally assist you in getting properly outfitted with the appropriate gear/flies/etc. necessary to successfully hook up on Permit, Bonefish, Tarpon, Snook and more.

Consider Travel Insurance
Given the inherent strict refund policies associated with nearly all fishing packages, we cannot stress the importance of obtaining travel insurance to protect your investment. Travelers can obtain coverage for pre-existing health problems (related to yourself, your family, business partners, or your traveling partners), emergency evacuation, lost baggage, delay, life insurance packages; even “no questions asked” or “for work reasons” coverage.

“If you want to catch a permit on the fly, there is no question that you stand a better chance here than any place I know.”
– Lefty Kreh

Punta Allen, Mexico

Punta Allen, Mexico is located approximately three hours drive south of the international airport in Cancun. It is a quiet lobster fishing village south of the “Mayan Riviera” on a narrow peninsula at the northeastern point of the world famous Ascension Bay. The pavement ends in Tulum, and with it so does the hustle, crowds, and resort development in the hotel zone. This is the authentic, ecologically rich Yucatan Peninsula with dense tropical jungle and 1.3 million acres of the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve, a World Heritage Site, and genuine old Mayan Mexico. It is a safe little corner of the Yucatan that is remote enough to remain pristine, but easily reachable in a half day with direct flights to Cancun from many U.S. portals including Dallas, Houston, and Miami.

Palometa Club

Palometa Club has established its name with Permit located on Ascension Bay. Over the last five years, it has become one of the most respected Permit focused lodges in the world. It is tailor-made for anglers in search of a specialized fishing trip targeting the most elusive and glorified of all saltwater species – the permit. Of course they don’t neglect the other species of Ascension Bay that make the fishery so diverse; however as the name implies, Palometa(Spanish word for Permit) Club, has built a program that caters to dedicated permit enthusiasts. It is an American owned and operated establishment and the definition of a “mom and pop” operation with tremendous hospitality, comfortable accommodations, and a crew of revved up guides chomping at the bit to go chase the mighty palometa.

Accident or injury. Unplanned incidents are rare but can crop up when you travel. That’s why RIGS Fly Shop & Guide Service wants you to have the most comprehensive travel protection for your fishing trip.

“While we have become recognized as the planet’s premier permit fishing program, the flats of Ascension Bay offer anglers consistent opportunities for bonefish, tarpon, snook, barracuda, jack crevalle, and more. We hang our hats on our 1:1 guide to angler ratio, our unique techniques and approach, and our all-star staff of local, professional guides. The Palometa Club is anything but a “fishing motel”, rather a boutique, old school fishing lodge in the purest form. We focus on the aspects of what makes a good fishing trip and an excellent fishing trip. A destination you will migrate back to year after year”
~ The Palometa Club owners