A premier property on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, experts and beginners will enjoy fishing the famed Ascension Bay waters. Located within the protected Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, with luxurious modern accommodations, experienced guides, eclectic fusion of Mexican and American food, and warm Mexican hospitality, Grand Slam Fishing Lodge is fast becoming a favorite for anglers and non-anglers alike.
With easy access to Ascension Bay and the inside lagoon system which runs north towards Boca Paila, you have plenty of fishing options during the day. Bonefish are most plentiful, however, permit rule for many visiting anglers. Tarpon, snook, jacks, snapper and barracuda are also available.
Six beachfront villas, each featuring 2 rooms with modern contemporary interiors, king-sized beds, air-conditioning, 24-hour electricity, and satellite television, you will have all the comforts of home. The main lodge features the Kai restaurant, bar, comfortable lounge area and more.
As a general rule, a 7- or 8-weight outfit for the bonefish, 9- or 10-weight outfit for the permit, both with tropical saltwater floating lines. A complete gear list will be sent upon confirmation. Frontiers can provide expert advice on finding the right gear for your trip.
The lodge is easily accessed via Cancun. It’s a 2-hour ride south in an air-conditioned van to the Ultimo Maya Pier near Tulum where you will meet your guide who will complete the remaining 55 minute transfer to the lodge by boat through the inside lagoon system. Activities for the non-angler include swimming, snorkeling, walking the beach and more. Off-site visits to a blue-hole cenote or the Mayan ruins in Tulum can be arranged for an additional fee.
You must possess a passport valid for 6 months after the last day of your trip.
Open year round.
Rates quotes based on shared room/shared boat.
October through June.
Single Angler Rates
Call for off-season, and non-angler rates
Frontiers will be returning to Punta Allen, Mexico in early May 2018 to fish the Fourth Annual Ascension Bay Permit Tournament. Yucatan Program Manager, Bob Artzberger, will be heading the Frontiers contingent for this wonderful event which benefits the children and schools of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere and the conservation and protection of the amazing Ascension Bay fishery.
This catch and release tournament is open to all skill ...
Tarpon > 40” Fork Length
Do not remove them from the water. This causes too much damage and stress, and decreases their chances of survival.
Minimize the time you handle the fish next to the boat before release.
Tarpon < 40” Fork Length
Minimize handling, since this can remove protective slime from the fish.
If you handle a fish, use clean wet ...