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.
Cosmoledo Atoll Fishing News | 27th February - 5th March 2020 Jo Ann Ribauldo, Kajsa Larrson, Sarah Langenfeld, Soren and Anders Nissen, Joanne Hessney, Mike Nowak, Cyril Bodnar, Izak Kneotze and Alex Powers made up week 15 of the Cosmoledo season. Unfortunately tough weather conditions with high ...Read More
Astove Atoll Fishing News | 24th February - 2nd March 2020 Week 16 started off with calm conditions and exciting spring tides. Our new group was mainly equipped with freshwater backgrounds leading to some new learnings like heavier rods and much larger flies. After tackle set up ...Read More
Alphonse Island Fishing News | 22nd - 29th February 2020 Anglers experienced a brilliant week at Alphonse during week 23 of the season. The weather was up and down over the week however this didn’t stop anglers from landing some really great catches. The tides transitioned into ...Read More
Cosmoledo Atoll Fishing News | 17th February - 24th February 2020 Week 14 saw the return of many guests that have visited Cosmoledo before! There were also some new faces who got to share and experience the magic that the Atoll has to offer. Joanne Ribauldo, Kajsa ...Read More
Astove Atoll Fishing News | 17th February - 24th February 2020 The new week began with neap tides, fresh guests and lots of water to fish. Neap tides are normally a challenge as fish have the ability to move freely and are not confined to specific feeding ...Read More
Alphonse Island Fishing News | 15th February - 22 February 2020 Ten very eager anglers descended upon the shores of Alphonse Island for week 22 of the season. Some anglers were returning guests having fished Alphonse and St. François more than five times and others were new ...Read More