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The fish-rich waters of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula stretch from the tarpon hotspot of Isla Holbox in the north to the rarely fished flats of remote Chetumal Bay in the south. In between, countless bays, channels, and flats provide one of the world's best habitats for the "grand slam" flats species: the speedy bonefish, the courageous tarpon, and the elusive permit. The Yucatan's west side has earned the moniker "Tarpon Coast" which serves as a large nursery for baby tarpon and offers year-round angling opportunities for the Silver King. 

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