Oct 16th, 2019
Providence Atoll is just short of being the most southerly atoll in the Seychelles and contains two major land masses, namely Providence North and Cerf Island. This remarkable atoll has remained largely untouched, with fewer than a thousand people having visited this tropical wilderness in the last century. After guiding on Providence from 2004 – 2009 the Fly Castaway guides are now convinced that Providence is the most exciting and diverse fly fishing destination they have ever encountered.
November 12-19, 2020 (1 spot)
April 21-31, 2020 (5 spots)
Rate: $12,300 per person for a 7 night/6 day package
Included: Round trip flight Mahé – Farquhar – Mahé, meals, landing and mooring fees, 6 days guided fishing
Not Included: International flights, overnight accommodation on Mahé (if needed), ground transfers on Mahé, tackle & flies, gratuities, alcohol, personal expenses
Long known to only the inner circle of adventuresome saltwater anglers, Farquhar was one of the earliest outer islands to be discovered. Its reasonable size, varied flats, coral-strewn lagoon and prolific blue water fishery make it one of the world’s best multispecies destinations. In the past it was only accessed by mothership but today anglers enjoy a small, simple lodge that makes it the perfect island fish camp and one of the best values in the Seychelles.
March 18 – 25, 2020 (special rate $9,500)
April 1-8, 2020 (3 spots)
April 8-15, 2020 (5 spots)
April 22-29, 2020 (1 spot)
Rate: $10,000 plus $175 conservation fee per person for a 7 night/6 day package
Included: Accommodations and meals/soft drinks/mineral water at the lodge, round-trip transportation between Mahe and Farquhar, guided fishing, fishing license.
Not Included: International airfare, accommodations, meals and ground transfers in Mahe, staff & guide gratuities, alcohol, tackle, and flies.
Deep within the Indian Ocean, due east of Madagascar and 300 miles northeast of the island of Mauritius, lies an obscure and seldom visited atoll that may be the greatest bonefishing destination in the world. Scouted and eventually made accessible to fly anglers by the veteran South African saltwater outfitters at Fly Castaway, St. Brandon’s atoll is a wade fisherman’s paradise blessed with enormous hard sand flats and staggering numbers of huge bonefish. In addition to the incomparable bonefish resource, anglers will also encounter good numbers of Indo-Pacific permit, bluefin, golden, yellow dot and green spot and giant trevally.
April 20-30, 2020 (1 spot)
May 4-14, 2020 (2 spots)
May 11-21, 2020 (1 spot)
May 25- June 4, 2020 (6 spots)
Rate: $8,500 per person for a 10 night/7 day package
Included: Transfers from Port Lewis to St. Brandon, Accommodation and meals, Seven days fully guided fishing (2 anglers per boat and guide), Fishing licenses, Soft drinks, water & local beers
Not Included: International flights to Port Louis, Mauritius, Ground transfers, Meals and accommodation in Port Louis, Spirits, wine, items of a personal nature, Gratuities for guides and boat staff, Travel & medical insurance, Tackle & flies
Contact Brian at 800.552.2729 for more information on the Seychelles