Ya know what… the Turneffe Atoll Trust has some real fly fishing cred on their board. Like… A lot (that was two ellipses, if anyone is counting).
One of those guys is Jim Klug of Yellow Dog. Another is Craig Matthews of Blue Ribbon Flies in West Yellowstone. That a group.
They are working hard to keep Turneffe as beautiful a place as it seems to be. A place with bones and permit and tarpon and lots and lots of space for those fish to roam and feed and breed.
This is a bit of what they are up to:
TAT continues to lead the way in instituting a Turneffe Atoll Marine Reserve. The process is moving ahead at a rapid pace with half of the required stakeholder meetings completed and a first draft of the Turneffe Atoll Management Plan forthcoming. This past week, the Belize Minister of Fisheries was presented with a proposal to establish the reserve. It was warmly received and it is expected to move on to the Belize Cabinet. (read on)
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