Have you been wanting to go on an Orvis trip? Have you been wanting to go to Belize? Have you been wanting to be a part of the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust‘s Traveling Angler Program? If you answered “yes” to, well, any of the above question, I may have the skinny on just the trip for you. Right now there are only TWO spots left.
April 4th is the date for an Orvis trip as part of BTT’s Traveling Angler Program. Details can be found here.
You’ll even get some new gear out of it…
To make the experience even more fun, Orvis will provide each angler with a brand new Helios rod and Battenkill Large Arbor reel to help them catch as many “research subjects” as possible.
The lodge is El Pescador, which seems like a pretty fantastic operation, and you can expect Dr. Aaron Adams to be there as well. Here is what they say about the trip:
Proceeds from this trip will go to help Bonefish & Tarpon Trust conduct valuable research and education programs, ensuring that bonefish and tarpon will be on the flats for many years to come. An important part of BTT’s research includes collecting fin clippings for genetic analysis and tagging fish to learn more about their life cycle and migration patterns. Participating anglers will work closely with Aaron J. Adams, Ph.D., Director of Operations and Research, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust. You will help conduct valuable research while at the same time enjoying a fantastic bonefishing vacation. We chose El Pescador Lodge because it is the perfect place to experience quality bonefishing at this time of year and there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
Now… doesn’t that sound like a good time? It is about $5K, putting not on the cheap side of things (I could do about 5 trips for that much cashish), but the experience is bound to be very special.