Southwest Florida native Capt. Lacey Kelly is no stranger to the flats. After a lifetime on the water and several years of guiding tarpon, snook and Red fish on fly & conventional tackle, she recently made the move to Belize. The turquoise waters of Belize have provided her with the proper backdrop for her next adventure … mastering permit on the fly rod. In the off season she ventures back to her home waters in Florida, fitting in a few months of guiding & instructing.
“How a Norwegian invention came to change the world”. One day in the late 19th century, a travelling Norwegian salesman, came wandering through the Amazon rainforest in the hills between Brazil and Venezuela. It was there that he met with the Yanomami tribe and introduced them to the products of his suitcase: fish hooks. Even to this day the Yanomami word for fishhook is simply “a Mustad”.