This Lodge is beachfront in the village of Punta Allen. The legendary flats of Ascension Bay and the beautiful Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve serve as their playground to endless fishing opportunities with miles of mangrove-lined shorelines, shallow flats, and lagoon systems. Commercial fishing is not allowed in the bay, which helps develop into one of the most prolific fisheries in the Caribbean. The Lodge, previously known as the Ascension Bay Bonefish Club, helped pioneer the Ascension Bay fishery. After closing a few years ago, it was recently sold and renamed.
Fishing Ascension Bay revolves around the Grand Slam species of the flats: bonefish, permit, tarpon, and snook. The new owners believe good guides are the key to having a successful flats experience, so each panga is manned by experienced head and assistant guides who work together as a team.
The Lodge is a nicely appointed three bedroom house with comfortable air-conditioned rooms. The two larger rooms have en-suite bathrooms. The third bedroom has the bathroom located across the hall. Perfect for an intact group of six anglers.
Frontiers will be glad to share our expert advice. As a general rule, a 7 or 8 wt. outfit for bonefish, 9 - 10 wt. outfit for the permit, tarpon and snook, all with saltwater tropical floating lines. We send you a complete gear list upon confirmation.
Easily access via Cancun, then a two-hour and 45-minute drive in an air-conditioned van to the Boca Paila bridge where you will be met by your guide for the remaining 50-minute boat transfer through the inside lagoon system to the Lodge. The all-inclusive package includes your guided fishing, accommodations, breakfast, fishing lunch, dinner, happy hour after fishing, beer, fresh margaritas, loaner equipment, and Cancun round-trip transportation. Excluded are your flights, gratuities (guide, staff, driver, etc.) and items of a personal nature.
Open year-round, rates are per person based on shared room/shared boat.
High Season: Dec – June
7n/6d - $3,050
6n/5d - $2,630
5n/4d - $2,210
4n/3d - $1,790
Low Season: July – November
7n/6d - $2,805
6n/5d - $2,420
5n/4d - $2,035
4n/3d - $1,650
Specializes in all sporting programs across the company.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in South America, Mexico, and Iceland fishing programs.
Specializes in South America fishing and shooting departments. Plus, fishing in Mongolia and Canada.
UK Managing Director
A common question we like to lob out to the guides on a panga or around a fishing lodge is, “what’s your favorite time of year to fish this area?” Over the years, a surprising number of Mexican guides and fishing managers have told us how much they love fishing and guiding in the fall. Our juices start to flow when we think back to snippets of those conversations – “the permit just eat better”… ...