In San Felipe Road Trip, host Randy Bowser heads back to the Rio Lagartos Nature Reserve at the northern tip of Yucatan, stopping off to have a look at a few cenotes along the way. These are subterranean water pools of crystal clear blue water, that become exposed when the roof of the cavern collapses, they provide magical spots for swimming and snorkelling out of the hot Mexican sun. San Felipe is a large fishing town, that is the gateway to Rio Logartos, providing access for anglers, bird watchers and inquisitive tourists. The nature reserve is home to thousands of species of birds as well as Snook, Tarpon and a host of other fish species. Randy's fishing in about 3-4 feet of water where the ocean comes right up against the mangroves. The shoreline is broken up by small channels and inlets and although the guide can manoeuvre the boat into these, Randy has to cast his small topwater lure in some fairly tight situations, so plenty of improvisation is required.
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