Find everything that you need to know in our Fly Fishing Blog. The discovery of new fishing spots as well as the news and views of our experienced guides and weather updates are important in making the most of your Seychelles fly fishing experience. This fly fishing blog will give you an up-to-date understanding of local fishing conditions and keep you informed of all the latest developments.
With last week’s low-pressure system moving off, sunshine and a gentle breeze come in for this week’s enthusiastic guests ready for what Cosmo had installed for them. The neap tide cycle had most of the team getting stuck into the incredible bone fishing, with almost all of ...Read More
Northeastern winds, beautiful sunny conditions and midday spring tidal movements provided top-notch action throughout the week with a massive 700 bonefish landed for the 6 days of fishing. Alphonse Island is known for its prolific bonefishing. While most high spots on the atoll produced good numbers, the ...Read More
Six eager fishermen descended onto Astove’s flats with bootlaces tight, all the desired kit and the mindset of accomplishing personal goals they had set for themselves leading up to this trip. The week started with neap tides with very little water movement meaning lengthy sessions in the ...Read More
The first week of the second half of the Cosmoledo 2017/2018 season kicked off with a bang! The two months of rest clearly showed on the atoll with the new arrivals having countless shots at flats cruising GT’s throughout the week. The crystal clear water and absolute ...Read More
Astove Fishing News 12 – 19 February 2018 – “Slams" Every Day! After the Christmas festive season break and some great weather we were all pretty excited to see what the Astove fishery had in store for us. It couldn’t have started any better with Daryl Ewer catching a gorgeous ...Read More
After a long stretch of inclement weather at Alphonse Atoll, the clouds parted and the winds seized giving way to absolute glassy and downright hot conditions. This week tides started with the tapering of neap to spring with a midday low enabling anglers to fish equal drop ...Read More