What to Bring

Highly recommended for fishing

  • Hat with wide brim for sun protection all around and a dark color on the underside of the brim for best water visibility; a neck protector if wearing a baseball-style cap
  • High-tech sunglasses with dark amber/brown polarized lenses, side shields recommended
  • Sunscreen lotion with minimum protection SPF 30+, waterproof, greaseless.
  • Lip sun protection, SPF 30+

Fishing Clothes

  • Lightweight, breathable, long-sleeved shirts in neutral colors; those with vents, a collar and made of technical fabrics that block the sun’s UV rays are best
  • Long pants in neutral colors, made of lightweight, fast-drying fabric, or wading pants
  • Lightweight, waterproof rain jacket and possibly waterproof pants for boat spray or showers

Footwear for fishing


A good and comfortable boat shoe without laces is best.  Generally, when you retrieve your fly line it will go over your shoes and could get tangled with the shoe’s laces. Wading shoes are not required in Campeche.

We Also Suggest

  • Floating sunglass leash
  • Spare pair of sunglasses
  • Clippers
  • Hemostats/pliers
  • Pocketknife
  • Hook sharpener/file
  • Line conditioner/dressing
  • Wading bag/fanny pack
  • Fly box
  • Insect repellent
  • Terrycloth wristbands (like for tennis to dry your face while fishing)
  • Reel maintenance kit with lubricant
  • Waterproof camera
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