The real difference are the guides - besides the accommodations, the meals, the handling of the transfers, and the pro-staff + the team have a complete command of english. They know Los Roques supremely well having pioneered the fishing there from the late 80's and they have that rare ability to just add a little flavour and variety to a day. Los Roques is famous for its small wadeable flats that offer wonderful fishing for very decent sized tailing fish and for the beach fishing where the bonefish hang off the beaches and raid the baitfish. With the flexibility to operate either the traditional penero boats or their more modern key type skiffs, stalking schools, pods, or singles.
In one day you can enjoy some fine, productive bonefishing to tailing fish, you can hook big-eye jack, land flag yellow-tail snappers and jump baby tarpon in the 10-30 lb. class as well as cast to fish in the 100 lbs calls rolling in deeper water but perfectly catchable or chase permit in the deep white sand flats. On top of this they have a small blue water boat to take guests out to fish for wahoo or tunas.
We have fished many times with Hawer and he is the ultimate guide, angler, and officer in charge - good english spoken. He knows the flats in Los Roques, and is pleasant to spend the day with. We highly recommend him. You will enjoy your time spend with him..
Very good with English