FLY FISHING MEXICO: THE YUCATAN PENINSULA
Author: Francisco Bedeschi & Juan Pablo Reynal
Publisher: RyB Ediciones, Jun 2004
A visual journey chasing Permit, Tarpon and Bonefish from the Island of Holbox in the North of the Peninsula to the southernmost town of Xcalak, located on the Belize border. Six chapters describing the waters around Holbox, Cozumel, Boca Paila in Northern Bahia de la Ascension, Casa Blanca in Southern Bahia de la Ascension, Playa Blanca in Bahia del Espiritu Santo and finally Costa de Cocos in Bahia de Chetumal. Written in English & Spanish; 150 color photographs; 14x10 inches, 150 pgs.
The first and only photographic book exclusively depicting the best fly fishing spots and lodges in Mexico?s Yucatan Peninsula.
Written in English and Spanish with texts designed to advice the angler on how to reach these marvelous bodies of water, where to stay, what kind of fishing equipment to use and what to expect to hook and land. The book also has original maps detailing all points of interest in the area, as well as artwork by Marcelo Gianechini.
Photography by Francisco Bedeschi, Text by Juan Pablo Reynal, Special Contribution by Daniel Beilinson
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Francisco Bedeschi is 37 years old. After living in Buenos Aires for 22 years and spending time in Europe, since 1993 he has lived in the Patagonia, where works as a photographer. The friendship with a group of fanatics of the fly fishing carried him to photograph this sport and its environment. This is Bedeschi?s first book on the theme. He is currently traveling, fly fishing, and generally preparing future works on the sport.
Juan Pablo Reynal Was born in Buenos Aires in 1968. He studied in Argentina, France and United States. He was initiated into the sport of fly fishing in 1987, when he was studying in Colorado. During his years abroad, he returned frequently to San Carlos of Bariloche, where he returned 1997 to become involved the industry of skiing. He has worked as president of the Argentina Center of Ski and Tourism Chamber and as the director of the Center of Ski of Bariloche Mountain. At present he dedicates his time to explore the Patagonia, relating its magic and beauty.