Believe it or not, the summer is one of our favorite times in the Caribbean. Although it is a bit warmer, the summer months typically have far less wind! Best of all, everyone seems to be heading to the mountains and not to the tropics this time of year, so the flats are very well rested and fewer anglers are around. The summer is considered part of hurricane season, but rarely does the Yucatan start seeing significant tropical weather until late August – but rain showers are a more frequent occurrence starting mid-June. Larger, larger migratory tarpon are coming through during the summer, and the backcountry fishing for baby tarpon and snook can be dynamite as well.