A friend and I hired Nick from ReefView to take us on a fly fishing trip in Antigua. I was very impressed with how quickly Nick responded to my initial email inquiring about fishing in Antigua. There is not a lot of information on fly fishing there and Nick was a great help. We met Nick for a day of fishing. We started out for the elusive permit on the flats right near the ReefView apartments. We saw quite a few permit, but could not get any to take interest in our flies. After a few hours of fishing the flats, we got back in his truck and went to another nearby spot for tarpon. Nick had us in a two man hobie kayak fishing for tarpon. The tarpon were rolling everywhere around us. It did not take long for us to have our first fish on, but those fish can throw a fly back at you pretty easily. We would have one on, it would jump and throw the fly. Then we would have another on and it would bust our line. The longest I had one on was 8 minutes before the tarpon broke my line in some mangroves. Nick took a video of the battle and posted it on Youtube, titled Fly Fishing for Tarpon in Antigua in a Kayak. It was a great time and Nick was great.