Approximately 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water and of that oceans make up about 96.5% of all Earth’s water. That leaves about 3% for freshwater that exists in water vapor, rivers, streams, lakes, icecaps and glaciers. Only about .03% of earth’s freshwater is surface water like lakes, rivers, streams and marshes. The vast majority of fly fishers fish for freshwater fish, and of those trout fishermen make up more than 90%. From the remote, hard-core, Kamchatka and Alaska bush camps to our luxurious Tierra del Fuego sea trout lodges, all these world-class fly fishing experiences share common threads that extend beyond great angling. Search our site by lodge name.

Alaska

It’s a Culture of Salmon and Trout where water, land and fish have combined to create the most popular flyfishing destinations on the planet.
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Argentina

Collectively, The Fly Shop's travel staff has been fishing in Chile and Argentina for more than seventy years. We know the ropes, and can hook you up with the best Patagonia fishing.
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Bolivia

Imagine wading freestone streams, sight casting light tackle and floating lines amongst the most majestic, pristine scenery imaginable, for aggressive fish that go no less than 8 to 40lbs. How does that work for you?
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Brazil

The rainforest jungles of the Brazilian Amazon are perhaps the last, truly wild and unexplored region of the world. Nearly 1/3 of all the freshwater in the entire world starts in the massive Amazon basin, which is home to countless exotic species of fish.
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Canada

There is little doubt that Western Canada, especially the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, are some of the best bargains in the fly fishing travel world, offering some of the finest trout & steelhead fishing on the North American continent.
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Chile

Opening day in Chile is in November, and trout season continues until leaves turn crimson and drop with the arrival of winter in late April. The summers of Patagonia are abbreviated, much like those of Montana and Wyoming.
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Kamchatka

Kamchatka today, remains basically the same; wild, spectacular, inviting. But words simply don't do Kamchatka justice - it has to be experienced first-hand to be fully comprehended. The Fly Shop® has been going to Kamchatka since the mid 1990's.
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Kola

The Kola Peninsula was the first great angling discovery to come out of a newly-opened Russia in the early '90s, and the fish stories and catch numbers that circled back to hard-core salmon anglers at that time bordered on unbelievable.
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Mongolia

For anglers, these journeys are widely recognized as among the world's very finest fly fishing experiences. Taimen are the largest salmonid on earth, aggressive predators that attack streamers or topwater patterns with reckless abandon.
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New Zealand

Chasing trout in New Zealand isn't for everyone. It's at the top of the magical bucket list for the spring creek and sigh-fishing fanatics, and measured by a different yardstick than other great angling destinations.
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Norway

Whether fresh from the sea in the early season or holding fish in low water late season, the Atlantic Salmon of the Gaula are some of the meanest you will encounter, and aggressive to the fly.
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South Africa

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