Fishin' Magician: Dave Graybill

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Dave Graybill

I just me with my travel partners at Journey Travel and Tours and we have the dates for the next trip to Belize. This will be my fourth trip to Ambergris Caye, and the reason I keep going back is that I have a blast every time I go. Last year my wife, Eileen, and I took eight people along and everyone enjoyed the experience.

We will be staying at the Belizean Shores Resort again, as everyone loved the place. The same folks at Go Fish Belize will be providing the guide services, as they continue to a great job. The trip is structured a little differently than last year, adding another free day for people to enjoy the area on their own.

Once more I have planned the trip for the ideal time for the best fishing for bonefish, tarpon and permit. We will be leaving on the 22nd of May and returning on the 31st.

If you have ever considered visiting Belize and try the fishing and other activities it offers, this would be a great way to do it.

If you want to learn more about the trip, contact Sandy at Journey Travel Tours toll free at 877-335-1153.

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