4 of the World’s Top Fly Fishing Spots

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The world is rich with fly fishing spots some could only dream of visiting.

Whether you want to enjoy it with your mates or find a quiet and peaceful spot, there are countless places you can go to.

Below are some of the world’s top fly fishing spots you shouldn’t miss.


  1. Alphonse Island (Seychelles)


Sometimes, all we want is some peace and quiet. If you’re all for catching exotic fish and have a deep pocket to pair that with, then Alphonse Island is your best bet. The resort in the island is luxurious and is home to some of the most breathtaking fish species like giant trevally and milkfish.


  1. Exmouth (Western Australia)


If pristine flats are what you’re after, then look no further than Exmouth in Western Australia. Take your pick: Bonefish, trevallies, queenfish, milkfish, giant parrotfish and more inshore gamesters, yellowfin tuna, sailfish and black marlin – you name it, this place has it.


  1. Loreto, Baja California Sur (Mexico)


This spot is just a short hope from L.A and if you’re here for the summer, you’re bound to get in on the action with some calm-water dorado. Some of the riffs during other seasons offer an array of yellowtail, white seabass, snappers, roosters, amberjack, to name a few.


  1. Ixtapa (Guatemala)


There’s no better place in the world that reliably offers fly-rodders the number of shots at sails than Ixtapa in Guatemala. Whether you’re going for some marlin, tuna or dorado, you can trust that this place is no boring feat. In this spot, there are good days and there are really, really good days!


Image source: sportfishingmag.com


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