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'Last Rod Remaining' The Grimsa sits alongside the top rated and most spectacular of the Icelandic Salmon rivers. Medium sized and extremely scenic it is a prolific grilse river that sits amongst the top 10 salmon producing rivers in Iceland.
** Just 1 Place remaining! ** Some of the best and most productive fishing for King Salmon in Alaska
WWMF 3 day Fishing package for up to 4 rods on an incredibly beautiful river known for its larger Salmon. Full board, single room accommodation and guide between 2 rods
'2 Rods Remaining' Despite low water conditions, the 2018 trip to Camp Bonaventure was a huge success. 6 Rods have the chance to repeat the experience over a week that traditionally has cooler conditions and good-water levels.
In terms of prestige the Atlantic Salmon reigns supreme. A selection of the best holidays in Russia, Iceland, Ireland & Norway.
For sheer power in freshwater the King Salmon is unrivalled. Alongside this are the spectacular runs of Silver Salmon - superb sport on a fly rod.
The Sea Run Brown Trout of Southern Argentina are legendary. Expect fish up to and well beyond 20lbs on the Rio Grande & Rio Gallegos.
Sea Run Rainbow Trout or Steelhead have deservedly earned their reputation as one of the most sought after fish in the Americas.
From Alaska to New Zealand, Chile to Ireland the humble Trout is the most sought after freshwater species on the planet.
With streamlined golden flanks and teeth like razors Dorado are one of the least exploited but most exciting game fish still open to fly fishermen.
The largest Salmonoid in the world. Landlocked but with a top-water strike that will leave anglers quaking in remote and beautiful Mongolia.
The sub-aquatic Tiger of the Asian sub-continent. Capable of sizes of 100+lbs the Mahseer In India are one of the last fish still to be fully tamed on a fly rod.
Amongst the beauty and sounds of the Amazon Rainforest are stories of stripped reels and broken rods; testament to the power and force of Peacock Bass.
The fastest accelerating freshwater fish, Pike fishing with a fly is becoming increasingly popular. Weighing up to 40lbs and with a set of teeth to rival any shark, surface fishing for monster Pike should be on every freshwater big fish game anglers list.
The elusive and little know 'Tarpon of the North', Sheefish are a formidable gamefish. Weighing upto 40lbs and common in some Alaskan river systems they are an excellent hard-fighting fish that will aggressively take any fly or lure cast in their path.
The Barbel is a freshwater Bonefish. Easily spooked, sometimes challenging to entice, but will fight like a train when hooked.
The undisputed king of the saltwater flats. Nothing matches a Tarpon for brute strength, acrobatic leaps reel stripping takes.
Bone - For many the epitome of saltwater fishing. Pound for pound nothing pulls line from a reel with the speed or stamina of a Bonefish.
GTs are truly awesome predators and synonymous with the remote atolls of the Seychelles. Extraordinarily aggressive, brutal fighters and catchable at sizes of over 120cm they have little by way of comparison.
Capable of breaking an anglers will to fish Permit are the most fickle of all the saltwater flats fish and consequently one of the most prized on a fly rod.
Big Game Fishing
Sailfish & Marlin are the ultimate opponent in the big game fishing world. Caught by any means a prize, on fly an outstanding achievement.
Arctic Char and their sea-running cousins are phenomenally tough fighters and superb sport on fly
The largest of all the salmon Species, averaging close to 20lbs and with fish typically into the 30-40lb mark a fresh-run King will strip line from your reel like few other species.
Venture to the remote atolls of Providence and Farquhar and you will have a chance to catch one of the most awesome and largest species of fish that you can catch on the flats on a flyrod. The coral-eating Bumpy.
Algae eaters that initially seemed immune to fly-anglers, these fish when hooked have the speed of a lightning bolt and will test every item of tackle you have to destruction!