nobody has asked me anything yet.
no questions as yet. Seems you have covered A LOT. Great help thanks
Have been researching places to retire in the next 6 months or so and found the Corn Islands. High Speed Internet is a must for me and was wondering if Hughes net satellite is available there? Thanks Scott
Hi, traveling to corn islands in december for self guided fly fishing for bonefish..sounds like my kind of place. Curious if you know of any other bloggers like yourself that have documented fly fishing information from Little Corn??
Absolutley love the blog, so much help!
I haven’t found anyone talking about fly fishing on the web though I know that there must be people who do it. You might try these guys, though I have yet to meet them: http://www.littlecornfishing.com/
Good luck and let me know how it goes!
Im also interested in fly fishing and spin fishing for bon, permit and tarpon on little corn island. Ive backpacked through costa maya in mexico and caye caulker, ambergris caye in Belize and Ive fished along the way. I want to find the perfect place that has the fish to catch right from shore, isnt expensive, and doesnt take 3 days to reach from the US. Little corn on a kayak must be incredible.. h
Yeah, Corn Island is a real gem.
You know, if fishing is your thing, Corn Island is just the tip of the iceberg. There are places on this coast where the locals are catching monsters with hand lines! If you would be willing to explore a bit deeper, no doubt you can find some real hidden treasures. Have you spoken with Randy at Rumble in the Jungle over here in Bluefields?
tell us more about yourself, what do you do and how did you end up moving to the coast of Nicaragua?
In short, I was a burnt-out world traveler who finally found a great place to settle down for a while. The Caribbean coast has everything I was looking for: city and jungle, cultural mix, comfort and adventure and great weather.
One of these days I might start traveling again, but in the meantime, aqui me quedo.
My family and I are traveling to Nicaragua in mid July. I understand this is the rainy season…my question is, will this affect snorkeling conditions? While I would assume the rain will churn up the sand and make snorkeling tough I would hate to miss a good opportunity if I’m wrong. I am traveling with 9&10 year-old daughters and all but my husband are novice snorkelers. Thank you!
Casey, that's who. I have been living on the Caribbean coast since 2008. I love introducing people to this little part of the world!