Saltwater Fly Fishing is all about the hunt!

You’re on the water at first light, hunting for tarpon blasting through schools of baitfish, or moving in small pods, rolling their silver backs through the water’s surface. The excitement builds when your guide raises the motor and begins poling the skiff towards the fish, getting you into position for the cast. You’re up on the deck, line stripped off your reel, and the tarpon are showering baitfish into the air.

Silently, the skiff glides within range and you drop your streamer on the edge of the feeding frenzy. A couple quick pulls on your line and it comes tight. You react by pulling hard on the line to set the hook, swinging your rod down and to the side, and three feet of twisting silver rockets out of the slick water and into the air. You’ve anticipated this moment for months, traveled thousand miles, and it all compressed down to the magic of jumping tarpon in the predawn light.

Saltwater fly fishing is about the hunt, and it happens in some of the most beautiful and tropical locations on the planet.

Bahamas

Poling or wading the tidal flats of the Bahamas produces some of the best bonefishing in the world. While other locations may score a heavier fish occasionally, or greater quantities of small bonefish, veteran flats anglers make this their first choice.
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Belize

There is something for everyone in Belize, and a collection of some of the most well-organized, professional lodges, guides, and fishing operations in the Caribbean. Each lodge has its own unique character. Some offer high-end services ranging...
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British, West Indies

Imagine flats so shallow that these intrepid operators had to get an airboat to cover them quickly and adequately. Even saltwater veterans will drop their jaws...
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Christmas Island

Christmas Island earned its fame as one of -- if not the -- most prolific bonefish destinations anywhere, and fly rodders have made this remote pacific atoll a must-fish for saltwater fly fishing locales for decades.
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Cuba

Each week, a maximum of eight anglers will share exclusive use of the live-aboard vessel, MV "Georgiana". This 30-meter, well-appointed custom yacht - more like a mobile lodge - will be anchored on the east side of the Canarreos Archipelago...
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Fanning Island

Fanning Island is the latest super-exciting new flats fishing discovery in equatorial Pacific. Fanning Island, known locally as Tabuaeran Island (which means heavenly footprint in the local dialect), is smaller, quieter; a more remote neighbor to...
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Guatemala

This area is said to hold one of highest concentrations of sailfish anywhere, and it is easily accessible. With numbers like 57 releases with a fly rod from one boat in ONE DAY, one can see why chances are greater of hooking billfish here on a fly...
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Indian Ocean

The remote flats and atolls of the Indian Ocean represent one of the final frontiers in saltwater flats fishing. These destinations are a long way from anything, which has helped protect and preserve the resources and fisheries so that wading...
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Mexican Yucatan

The Mexican Yucatan covers 44,000 square miles with over 500 miles of coastline – along this vast shoreline are thousands of square miles of shallow bays and flats. Permit, bonefish, tarpon and several other ocean living fishes like to feed...
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Venezuela

Los Roques is an off-shore national park located about 85 miles from the Venezuelan mainland. It was first "discovered" by the fly fishing community in the mid-1980's, and immediately was reported to be one of the great bonefisheries on Earth.
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