Mexico
week of December 5-12, 2009
Ken O'Connor, Long Island, NY
Casa Las Brisas

This palm-covered beach front property is centered on a 3-mile long semi private beach.

The condominium has 4 bedrooms, all with king-size beds and twin bed,
spacious en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning.  Downstairs includes another bath,
living room with satellite TV and stereo, and a large fully equipped kitchen.  

The second floor features include an entertainment area with TV and stereo, a large
game room with a cantina and pool table.  Both the downstairs patio and the upper
balcony face the ocean and provide views of the beach and spectacular sunsets.

Fishing begins at 7:00am every morning after a hearty breakfast.  Anglers return at
3:00pm to relax on the beach or pool-side enjoying delicious appetizers while enjoying
your favorite cocktail.  Soon you are treated to a delicious home-cooked Mexican dinner
where no one goes to bed hungry.           

       
Activities......
Aside from relaxing around the swimming pool , sun bathing on the beach or playing
volley ball or horseshoes on the beach front property one can explore the 3 mile long
beach on foot or horseback.  Pelicans, frigates and pink flamingos are some of the
tropical species of birds you find.  Giant sea turtles are also one of Nature's marvels that
occasionally roam the beaches.     
The 8-day and 7-night hosted trip
includes the following:

  • round trip airport transfers
    to/fromZihuantanejo/Ixtapa
    International airport
  • beach front condo
  • 3 meals a day
  • Transportation to/from
    fishing pier
  • Charter/Super Panga boat
    and guides
  • Applicable taxes in Ixtapa

All-inclusive package price
$2490.00/person

email:isff@hughes.net       
Sailfishing & more.......

Ixtapa/Zihuantanejo is the premium Sailfishing destination for the serious angler.  Not
only is the area known for its popular resorts in Ixtapa and its old world charm of
Zihuantanejo, but sailfishing can only be duplicated in but a few places in the world

There is no mystique; it is taking the challenge of light line fishing to a new level. To have
a sailfish rise to a trolled spread of hookless teasers, then watch the fastest swimmer in
the ocean charge your fly is the ultimate adrenaline rush.  But it's not over!  The
heart-stopping acrobatic leaps following your hookup until the fish runs out of gas
Ken O'Connor, Chiro & crew with his first sailfish on a fly
I have been on many fishing trips with Lee, and all have been memorable, but none
as exciting as a Sailfish on a Fly. A beautiful place and a fantastic fishing experience.
Frank Ruth....Green Lane, PA