The world offers plenty of beautiful fly fishing spots.
Whether you want an isolated experience on a remote island or be joined by your fellow fly fishers, there’s always something in store somewhere.
If you really want to get the most out of your catch, we’ve lined up the finest fly fishing places in the world below.
- Alphonse Island, the Seychelles
Fly fishers can get a knack out of this remote island that boasts of exotic game fish. There’s more than enough milkfish and giant trevally to go around here. If you don’t mind paying a hefty price for a unique experience, then this is your best bet.
- Exmouth, Western Australia
The Down Under prides itself in this island that is home to Pacific permit, bonefish, trevallies, queenfish, milkfish, giant parrotfish and more inshore gamesters, as well as yellowfin tuna, sailfish and black marlin.
- Ixtapa, Guatemala
Ixtapa is best known for its number of shots at sails. There is no shortage here so if you’re after sailfish, the island has more than enough to last you a lifetime. There’s a ton of marlin around as well as tuna and dorado.
- Jupiter Inlet, Florida
Whichever season you decide to come out here and fish, you’re bound to get a fresh catch. During spring and winter, there are spinner sharks. During spring, there’s an abundance of jumbo jack crevalle, cobia, water, sails, wahoo, AJ and mahi. Come summer, there’s blackfin, tarpon and snook.
- Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Loreto is a popular place because it’s easy to get to from Los Angeles. Plus, it’s quite affordable. During the heat of the summer, there’s a ton of calm water dorado action. The rest of the year offers an array of yellowtail, white seabass, snappers, roosters, amberjack and many more.
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