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.
Renowned for their speed and ferocity, Giant Trevally are one of the most sought after fish in the Indian Ocean. Even for seasoned anglers these beasts prove to be a very tricky quarry to tame. Their sheer size and presence will have guides going mad and guests ...Read More
This week saw the tidal movement slowly shift from spring tides to neaps resulting in slower water movement, a type of tide is more conducive to fishing the inside of the lagoon, especially targeting the vast coral finger flats that span the width of the atoll. The ...Read More
Alphonse Island is probably the world’s premier destination for consistently targeting Milkfish on the fly. The sight of a group of daisy-chaining milkfish will even have the most experienced anglers weak at the knees. With a slight reduction in wind speed and calming seas, the guide team ...Read More
The first week of the highly anticipated Cosmoledo 2016 - 17 season kicked off with a bang. The first group of guests aboard our luxurious 85ft mother ship, Lone Star, included father and son team Jeff and Ryan Monsein, Kay Jones, Matt Naber, Egor Chulanov, Stanislav Gorbounov and ...Read More
No words can describe the sense of anticipation on board the mother ship as she enters St Francois atoll, allowing all on board to get a first glimpse of the vast expanse of turquoise blue water that makes up St Francois. After the sensational permit fishing last ...Read More
Saltwater fly fishermen like to dream about the perfect day, the perfect cast or even the perfect session. There is one fish that will feature in a lot of these dreams, the Indo-Pacific permit. The past few days has seen the most Indo-Pacific permit ever landed on ...Read More