Mango Creek Lodge tailors its fishing days around your schedule. You are free to fish at your leisure between sunrise and sunset. Our experienced, local, English-speaking guides are at your service throughout your stay and are happy to coach you if you are new to fishing Roatan.
Mango Creek Lodge is dedicated to preserving the health of Roatan’s flats.
We are working with local communities to develop environmental education campaigns and have made progress in our efforts to eliminate illegal netting, all to make fishing Roatan better. In addition, to minimize pressure and ensure the continued success of our operations, we limit ourselves to four skiffs (or eight anglers) fishing Roatan on the flats each day. We can put any number of other fishing Roatan guests out in more boats when not on the flats.
Learn more about saltwater flats fishing at Roatan’s Mango Creek Lodge by exploring the links below. For even more information about Roatan’s fishing conditions and what kind of gear to bring, see Mango Creek Fishing Guide.
For our guides, we use only local guides. Mango Creek Lodge is proud of our commitment to the local economy. Unlike others on the Island we do not believe that foreigners should be taking local jobs and guiding is one of the only bright spots for income on these Islands.
Our guides NEVER yell at you, let me say that again, our guides NEVER yell at you while fishing Roatan. This lets me put anyone with any of my guides and I never worry about guests not getting along with our guides.
Image (left) furnished by “Brett Schreckengost” photography