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Total Solar Eclipse in Patagonia, Casa de Campo, Argentina On December 14th, 2020 a Total Solar Eclipse will pass across South America.  For a brief moment in time, a very narrow track of Northern Patagonia will be inside the path of totality, where the sun will be fully obscured by the moon.  While the total […]

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Fly Water Travel is excited to introduce Madison Double R, one of our newest destinations in the Rockies. Madison Double R blends classic western themes with modern design and architecture, resulting in a high end experience on the iconic Madison River. Overview: The beautiful 3500 square foot lodge is comprised of two pods connected with […]

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If you have never have visited Royal Wolf or Big Ku Lodge, now is the time to experience one or maybe two of Alaska’s finest lodges at a significant discount. Take a look at the details below for this great opportunity. Royal Wolf Lodge Strategically located on a 120-acre inholding within the heart of Katmai […]

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Click Image or HERE to Read Article Describing a place as unique and special as Fishing Bear Lodge is anything but easy. At its core this modest and endearing family run Alaskan lodge offers its guests just the right amount of “roughing it” and an opportunity to experience a remarkable diversity of true wilderness fly […]

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Henry’s Fork Lodge, Idaho Imagine if you will a vast, crystal clear spring creek where the wild rainbows can be as easy or as challenging as you like. Then imagine 50 miles of river with countless water types, prolific hatches, and entire floats that rarely see anglers. And lastly imagine an elegant and understated lodge, […]

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Alaska Steelhead Company For anglers interested in a unique new fall steelhead venue, consider the Alaska Steelhead Company. Located on an impressive perch overlooking the Cook Inlet, guests can fish as many as four steelhead systems. These rivers offer both walk and wade fishing as well as full-day floats where guests can target wild steelhead […]

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Not a week goes by in which I am not asked about which destinations simultaneously offer great rainbow fishing and salmon fishing in Alaska. This is an important question and the answer varies depending on what species of salmon is of interest and what techniques are preferred when targeting the trout. It just so happens […]

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Tarpon Cay Lodge, Mexico  Not far from the bustling madness of Cancun on the northern shore of the Yucatan Peninsula lies the quaint, commercial fishing village of San Felipe and Tarpon Cay Lodge. Tarpon Cay Lodge offers saltwater fly anglers unparalleled opportunities to target juvenile tarpon in the 6 to 25 pound class in shallow […]

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Rio Marié, Brazil Deep within the Brazilian rainforest near the border with Columbia lies one of the most remote and exciting peacock bass destinations in the world. Officially launching in 2015, Rio Marié has lived up to its claim of being the greatest trophy peacock bass destination the fly fishing world has ever seen. Anglers […]

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Isla de Juventud, Cuba  Isla de la Juventud (Island of the Youth), is the largest island in the nearly 4000 islands that surround the Cuban mainland. The habitat here is pristine, and seldom visited, except for a few intrepid divers, lobster fisherman, and anglers in the know. With mangrove islands, tannin stained interior bays, and […]

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New Destinations for 2020

Every year, we are lucky to be able to visit and experience new destinations and fisheries around the globe.  Afterwards, it’s our pleasure to be able to share these destinations with you.  Below are ten of our most exciting and interesting new destinations that we’ve learned about in the last year. Urban Dorado Anglers, Argentina […]

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Click Image or HERE to Read Article Rapids Camp Lodge is an easy to reach full service fly-out Alaskan fly fishing lodge with excellent home waters and one of the most diverse and exciting fly fishing programs in Alaska. Seasoned hardcore fly anglers appreciate the wide range of water the lodge frequents. This includes staples […]

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La Posada de los Farios – Cisnes Valley – Chilean Patagonia La Posada de los Farios, Chile – “Inn of the Brown Trout” Fishing Report, January 2020 Photos and Report by Gardner Imhoff, Guide at La Posada de los Farios, Chile The Rio Cisnes and surrounding waters have started off the new year with a […]

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Tsimane, Bolivia  Tsimane has three distinct operations, Pluma Lodge, Agua Negra Camp and Secure Camp, all located within a 25-mile radius in the headwaters of Bolivia’s Secure watershed. The Secure watershed is one of the Amazon’s southernmost tributaries and its’ isolated population of large migratory dorado make it one of South America’s most unique fisheries. […]

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La Pescadora Lodge, Mexico 4 spots just became available during prime time at one of our favorite operations on Ascension Bay. La Pescadora Lodge is a small, family run operation located in Punta Allen. With a maximum capacity of only 8 anglers, La Pescadora is the perfect option for those seeking a casual, affordable and […]

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Andros South Lodge – South Andros, Bahamas Andros South is a laid-back Bahamian operation located in the heart of southern Andros’s prime bonefishing grounds. If a “bonefish bum” could design their ideal lodge, Andros South would be it. Guests grab their own beers out of the fridge and relax post-fishing at the beach-side tiki hut to watch the sun go […]

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  Fly Water Slovenia  You are invited to join Fly Water Travel’s Max Salzburg to the remarkable country of Slovenia to experience one of the best destinations in Europe to chase trout on the fly. The tiny nation of Slovenia (which borders Croatia, Italy, Austria and Hungary) showcases the grandeur of the Swiss Alps, the […]

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It’s February in the Pacific Northwest and that means winter steelhead! We still have a few remaining openings this season, so don’t miss your chance to dance with a chrome-bright, wild steelhead this winter. See below for remaining availability. Northern Oregon Coast w/ Scott O’Donnell During winter and early spring, the rivers surrounding the greater […]

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We have been receiving a few emails and calls in the last few weeks ever since the Australian PM unveiled plans to evacuate some of its nationals from Wuhan to Christmas Island that were potentially exposed to the recent Coronavirus outbreak. Fly anglers, take a deep breath and relax – this is not the same […]

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We are big, big fans of the Turneffe Atoll and the Turneffe Atoll Trust which recently won a major victory is protecting one of the most pristine ecosystems left in the Caribbean. With Earth continuing to change in many ways, there are not a lot of places left where you can say that an eco-system […]

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Bozeman Fishing Lodge, Montana Nestled in the heart of Bozeman’s historic downtown, Bozeman Fishing Lodge is your gateway to world class fly fishing, luxury accommodations and the opportunity to experience everything that this vibrant, western town has to offer. Jake and Laura Gryzb, owners and operators of Bozeman Fishing Lodge, want to share the incredible […]

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Casa Blanca Fishing Lodge, Mexico It isn’t often that space becomes available at Mexico’s Casa Blanca Fishing Lodge during peak season. This operation has become one of the most highly sought-after and desirable fishing lodges in the world of saltwater angling in the past few years, and because of that, finding vacant boats in the […]

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Bear Claw Lodge The Kispiox is a steelhead river of subtle moods, endless secrets, and staggering rewards. The family of head guide Jim Allen first homesteaded in the valley four generations ago in 1906. Since that time they have become as much a part of the Kispiox River as the river has become a part […]

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Lower Rogue Pioneer Ranch, Oregon For spey anglers keen to get off the beaten path in search of hot, bright winter steelhead, consider James and Kait Sampsel’s wonderful new program in Agness, Oregon. Agness is not a place that one stumbles upon but rather a tiny old frontier town that must be sought out to […]

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Giant Jungle Tarpon

There is no doubt that tarpon are the saltwater gamefish by which all others are measured. From juveniles to 200-plus pound monsters they all elicit a powerful response from anglers and have caused many to go off the proverbial deep end in their pursuit. For those looking to test their skills against some of the […]

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King Salmon

Whether you call it a king, a spring, a tyee or a chinook, the largest of the Pacific salmon is a formidable and fabulous game fish. Combine the short season, specialized tackle, their overall size, tenacity, the nearly unpredictable nature of these beasts, and it becomes clear that you will earn every King salmon you […]

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Bonefish

For many reasons, bonefish are the most universally appealing of the grand slam species. They are challenging in that they require accurate presentations, but are usually agreeable to most reasonable offerings. They pull hard and run fast, but don’t require excessively large or heavy tackle. While they can sometimes be hard to spot, they are […]

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Trout

Fly fishing is steeped in tradition, history, and lore, and within each of these facets, trout are a common theme. For most of us, trout were the first species we ever caught on a fly rod, and in many ways, they remain a perfect target. Their range is vast; they are challenging yet catchable, and […]

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Silver Salmon

Of all the anadromous species – meaning those that are born in freshwater, mature at sea, and return to their natal rivers to spawn – silver salmon are perhaps the most enthusiastic and willing participants for the fly angler. In Alaska, they return to rivers in great numbers, super-charged and strong from their time at […]

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Migratory Tarpon

The number of variables that come into play for an angler to successfully land an adult, migratory tarpon are many, and typically the fish wins, swimming away before coming to hand. The game starts with simply finding the fish, and this is not always a given. Tarpon require incredibly accurate casts and precise retrieves to […]

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