Charles S. Group June 2016

Brandon´s Group from TX: June 2015

Craig´s Group from CO August 2015

John´s May 2015 Trip

The Expedition


Please click on each individual link to get detailed information about the Expedition to the Scorpion Atoll.


VESSELS Description of the two types of vessels we can use for these trips.

ACCOMODATIONS Where to stay before, while and after the Excursion

ITINERARY Seasons and  sample itinerary to help you plan  proper arrival/departure arrangements

GETTING HERE Am airport guide to help you find your way to this Destination

MUST KNOW  A complete orientation guideline for your undertanding of the venue



Being so far from shore, the habitat is untouched by man. All the islands platforms (flats) are either coral debris, sand bars or grass patches.The islands emerge from 45-400+ ft deep drops, meaning that some species come up to the tidal flooded shores to eat from crabs, shrimps and crustaceus. There are other species that patiently wait for those others to come back to deep water for a great ambush. We have found a healty marine fauna and in great numbers. Tailing Bonefish and Permit, which are above the average size of the Mexican Caribbean waters, Barracudas, Trigger Fish, Sand, Lemon and Bull Sharks, Amberjacks, Mutton Snappers among others. 

Species Gallery


All our trips are driven by capable and professional personnel including boat Captain, 1st Mate and Well Expertised Fishing Guides. However, the wild nature always dictates different rules that commit us to anticipate the events. The safety equipment in all trips consist in: SPOT SATELLITE MESSENGER DEVICES, SATELLITE PHONE, FIRST AID KIT, LIFE VESTS, FIRE EXTINGUISHER, MARINE VHF RADIO, PORTABLE VHF WATERPROOF RADIOS, IN-LAND SUPPORT CONTACT PERSONNEL TO COORDINATE COMMUNICATIONS, EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES, AGREEMENTS WITH ON-CAMP NAVY MEDICAL FIRST RESPONSE SERVICE AND LIGHTHOUSE SHORTWAVE RADIO.