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.
Giant Trevally is one of the top fish species to catch due to their incredible strength, speed and persistence once hooked. Through countless experiences we have expert knowledge to share with everyone interested in the Giant Trevally. Contrary to popular belief, some of the best Giant Trevally ...Read More
We are luckily based at one of the most prolific Bonefish fisheries in the world and often I see guests casting frantically at a shoal they believe to be Bonefish, but that just don't seem to bite. Nine of ten times this is because they are casting to ...Read More
Join the best Fly Fishermen in South Africa when Alphonse Fishing Company will be showcased at the annual F3TSA event from 18h00 – 21h30 on one of the 3 events in every major city in South Africa. We have all the info you would need to book your ...Read More
by Cameron Musgrave I have witnessed countless guests over the years that have no clue on what to carry in their backpacks whilst on the flats. Some carry everything including the kitchen sink, while others at best might have a box half full of the wrong flies. ...Read More
Over the years many methods have been hatched up to catch the Indo-Pacific Sailfish on fly fishing tackle. As a skipper I find that taking a back to basics route is by far the best way to target, hook and land a Sailfish. This will be your ...Read More
With only two weeks of the Alphonse fishing season remaining, a look back over the past 7 months reveal it has definitely been one to remember, with countless “never before” events taking place. Week 30 was certainly unusual with tropical cyclone Fantala (the most powerful cyclone ever ...Read More