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Belize Fly Fishing Guides - Turneffe Flats Belize

Belize Fly Fishing Guides atTurneffe Flats are the best fishing guides in Belize.  With years of experience and intimate knowledge of Turneffe Atoll, it is easy to see why our fishing guides have many return anglers year after year.


 Belize Fly Fishing Guides who work at Turneffe Flats
 Belize Permit Guide - Dubs


Dubs Young

Dubs is the consummate professional guide who does everything well and with ease. He comes from a family of fishermen, with his first guiding opportunity in 1983, when a local lodge manager came to Dubs' father. The older Mr. Young was too busy, but suggested his 16 year-old son for the day. He did so well that he has been working as a guide at Turneffe ever since.  Dubs loves hunting for feeding permit and his easy going, friendly personality make him a pleasure to spend the day with. 


 Belize Bonefishing Guide - Dion


Dion Young

Dion grew up commercial fishing at Turneffe Atoll with his father and older brother, Dubs. He has been guiding fly anglers at Turneffe for more than two decades and says that his favorite part about fishing is being with the guests. Dion loves to fish for tarpon and permit and says he is always impressed by the size and strength of tarpon. In addition to fishing, Dion loves basketball and spending time with his wife and two beautiful daughters.



 Belize Tarpon Guide - Mark


Mark Hyde

Mark comes from a family of guides and began his guiding career many years ago at Turneffe Flats.  He spent a couple of successful years as an independent guide, and we are pleased to have Mark back at Turneffe Flats.  Known as one of the premier guides in Belize, Mark handles all aspects of guiding with ease and competence. His calm, pleasant demeanor makes days on the water with Mark a great experience.  He is an excellent caster and enjoys teaching his clients the fine points of saltwater fishing.


 Fly Fishing Guide in Belize - Daniel


Daniel Bennett

Daniel grew up in Belize City, where he learned to operate boats at an early age. He began working at Turneffe Flats as a teenager and has been one of our go-to guides for 15 years.  An excellent caster and teacher, Daniel takes his guiding very seriously. His patience is a great asset when helping beginner anglers or assisting experienced anglers with improving their casting.. When not guiding, Daniel loves to fish for tarpon. Daniel is also one of our best  boat captains and frequently helps with guest services.


 Bonefishing Belize - Guide John


John Gongora

John's easy going approach, sense of humor, and ability to find fish consistently results in a great experience for his guests.  He is comfortable with beginners or expert anglers alike, and enjoys spending time teaching clients the details that will help them catch more fish. John is also an experienced Dive Master and occasionally leads a dive group.  These days, however, he spends 90% of his time poling the flats in search of bonefish, permit and tarpon.  


 Fly Fishing guide in Belize - Kimbral


Kimbral Williams

Kimbral loves fishing and enjoys sharing his passion for fishing with his clients. His favorite fishing is searching for permit.  Kimbral is an experienced and patient instructor who believes that the most important element of his job is communicating with his guests and helping them to become better anglers. He says there is nothing better than sharing the excitement with his guests when they land a fish.



 Permit fishing guide - Pops


Winston "Pops" Cabral

Pops has been guiding for Turneffe Flats since 1987; prior to that he guided elsewhere in Belize. Pops began working with his family as a commercial fisherman at Turneffe Atoll at age 14, and remembers spending holidays on a small caye at the south tip of Turneffe. Pops is passionate about his bonefishing and has helped develop a number of well-known bonefish flies including the "Pops Bonefish Bitters." Guiding is special for Pops and he takes his fishing seriously. He enjoys the wide variety of fishing at Turneffe including permit fishing and tarpon fishing. 



 Belize's Best fishing guide - Willy


Willie Dyer

One of the first guides on the atoll, Willie has been guiding at Turneffe Flats since 1987.  Prior to his guiding career, Willie worked as a commercial fisherman based out of his hometown Belize City. His calm demeanor as well as his vast knowledge of Turneffe Atoll have proven invaluable for anglers of all skill levels.  In his free time, Willie enjoys spending time with his family in Placencia.  



Alton Jeffords

Alton has lived and worked at Turneffe for nearly two decades. For 17 years prior to joining the Turneffe Flats team, he worked as a Boat Captain, Guide and Manager at the Oceanic Society’s Turneffe field station. During that time, Alton oversaw numerous conservation-related research assistant projects where he worked with thousands of students and volunteers. Alton knows every corner of Turneffe Atoll and his pleasant, easy-going manner, scientific knowledge and love of fishing make Alton a great addition to the Turneffe Flats guide team.

 Fly Fishing guide in Belize - Eddie



Eddie Hyde

Eddie has been guiding anglers at Turneffe Flats for more than 20 years and guided elsewhere in Belize for many years prior to that. Eddie has probably forgotten more about flats fishing than most people will ever know. An accomplished fly caster, he particularly enjoys wading the extensive flats around Turneffe Atoll.  His quiet, pleasant manner makes Eddie a joy to fish with and with his 30 years of flats fishing experience, there isn’t much he hasn’t seen. When he’s not fishing, Eddie enjoys working on his farm near Cotton Tree Village.