If you're looking to find flats fishing variety to go along with epic bonefishing but don't want to travel halfway around the globe to find it, you should consider the tiny little island of Los Roques, 80 miles off the mainland of Venezuela. Big bonefish averaging better than 4 pounds are the norm, but if you're looking for the magic double-digit bones, they too can be found here in numbers that make the possibility of catching one more than reasonable. Add in some very good tarpon fishing, the occasional permit, horse-eye jack, snook . . . what else could you want? That, of course, was a rhetorical question, but I'll answer it for you anyway . . . there's some incredible marlin and wahoo fishing too!
Central / South America Saltwater Program Manager
Line joined Frontiers in 1994 and has worked with Christmas Island, Mexico, and now the fishing programs of Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Venezuela. She enjoys casting to bonefish on Los Roques just as much as landing sailfish on a fly in Central America. Line has traveled to China, Italy, Spain, Scotland, England, France, Belize and, of course, her homeland of Canada.