Over the years we have been fortunate enough to have traveled and fished at some of the most remote destinations on the planet. Many of these destinations are represented by credible outfitters and lodge operators whom over the years have become close friends
Our Saltwater Camps
If wading and sight casting to double digit Bonefish, gloriously finicky Indo-Pacific Permit and a host of Trevally species on powder white sand flats in the Indian Ocean appeals to you.then look no further, St Brandons Atoll is the destination for you.
Farquhar Atoll is the most southerly atoll in the Seychelles chain of islands lying just over 700km to the southwest of the main island Mahe. This remote atoll has a total area, including the large lagoon, of 170.5 km which is 18 km north to south and 9 km east to west.
Our Freshwater Camps
Vanderkloof Dam offers world class fly fishing for Smallmouth and Largemouth Yellowfish. This brand new operation on the banks of the Orange River is equipped with all the latest boats & gear and offers an one-stop solution for local and international anglers interested in targeting South Africa’s indigenous freshwater species in their natural habitat.
Sterkfontein Dam, which in our opinion is arguably one of the finest sight fishing still water venues on the planet, is a massive body of water which is situated some 20km south west of Harrismith on the road to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.
Our Partner Camps
Russia’s eastern peninsula is the apex of modern fly fishing; an adventure of the purest kind, across vast wilderness and rivers that teem with trout. This is arguably the finest trout fishery on the planet.
The Mnyera and Ruhudji rivers are situated in the wildlife rich southern part of Tanzania. These rivers flow in a south-westerly direction away from the Selous game reserve and form part of the Great Ruaha basin.
Tsimane is undoubtedly the ultimate venue if tangling with 20lb plus Golden Dorado (Salminus Maxillosus) on fly gets your heart racing. In truth it is one of the finest fly fishing experiences any angler could hope for!
Tongariro River Lodge
The Tongariro River and Lake Taupo were first made famous in the 1920′s by Zane Gray, the world renowned American author and angler.
In 1995, at the suggestion of friends leading the Mongolian Biodiversity Project, Jeff Vermillion organized a fall expedition to explore the rivers of Mongolia for trophy Taimen. The results far surpassed his expectations. During the 1995 exploratory, Jeff and Mongolian outfitter, Hovsgol Travel Company, fished several rivers in Mongolia which held large Taimen populations.
Apalachicola Bay is an estuary and lagoon located on Florida’s northwest coast. Although primarily known for its superb oyster population, this area hosts in our opinion the finest sight fishing for large Tarpon found anywhere on the planet!
The 5 Star Desroches Island Resort in the Seychelles provides an ideal option for anglers wishing to spend some well earned time away with the family.
The lower Zambezi River offers anglers the opportunity to fish for Africas premier freshwater game fish, the Tigerfish (Hydrocynus vittatus), in some of Africas most majestic scenery.
Barotse Tiger Camp
The Barotse Tiger Camp rests gracefully upon the eastern bank of the magnificent Zambezi River, opposite the Liuwa Plains National Park, within a picturesque bush setting.
The Ryabaga Camp on the Ponoi River epitomizes all that we love about a remote fishing experience: the excitement of a true wilderness location yet an oasis of comfort, hospitality and fine cuisine;