What is it about a trip to Central America that may be the one factor that will make this trip a trip of a lifetime? Is it the chance to catch a tarpon or a permit on a fly? Is it getting a break from the US winners for a warm, tropical location? Or is it the local food and people that make this trip magical? Cam Gordon is back on the podcast today to take us into a recently launched fishing lodge in Honduras. We find out how he built this lodge from the ground up, what makes this operation unique, and how you can do it yourself this year.

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Cam Gordon, FishHound Expeditions guide and Honduras fly lodge owner, is going to share the unique Hoduras experience. We find out what Cam thinks is the best time for fishing at this location. We’re gonna find out what the island of util is like and how this is so much different than a lot of the places you’re gonna head out to. We dig into this amazing little island, how it all happens, how to get there, and the fishing. We’re gonna find out what it was like building this thing from the ground up to one of the most famous flats, fishing areas in the world. Plus, you’re gonna find out how to think like a fly and to get more fish to take your offering this year. Time to travel to another spectacular fishing destination!

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