The Lodge on the Alagnak River shares the water with the Alaska Brown Bear(Grizzlie), Bald Eagles and the wild fish that abound in these scenic waterways. Anglers are offered a week long experience at the deluxe remote wilderness Lodge.
Situated on the edge of the Mary River’s floodplains, Bamurru Plains is a stone’s throw away from the coast as well as Kakadu National Park’s western boundary. Not only is this the closest you’ll get to the famed Run Off barra spots, but you’ll also stay in accommodation we refer to as ‘Wild Bush Luxury’.
Bensbach is one of the world’s most wild places. The Bensbach is the last river westwards in Papua New Guinea, meandering through lowland forest and lush waving grassland, finding its slow way to the sea on the Irian Jaya border.
As one of the very first to present Bermagui to Australia and the rest of the world for its incredibly good fishing, Zane Grey can be seen as an important stepping stone in its popularity. Located in the far south-east corner of New South Wales, this spot provides some exceptional fishing challenges with monsters that include marlin, tuna and sharks.
Accessible most of the year around by a private charter flight from either Darwin or Kununurra, Bullo River Station is situated in the heart of the Eastern Kimberley Range.
If you’d like to tick ‘catching a Giant Black Marlin’ off your bucket list, there’s nowhere in the world better to head to than Cairns. You’ll head out on the super-luxurious ‘Calypso’, a 40-foot vessel captained by the very capable and experienced Tim Dean, who will take you to Giant Black hotspots giving you the best chance to go up against these monsters of the ocean.
Christmas Island offers unquestionably some of the finest bonefish angling in the world - in terms of numbers of fish and average size, the stability of climatic conditions year round.
Head north to the very tip of North Queensland and you’ll find Albany Island just off the coast, a tropical island that provides great Cape York fishing at the lodges door step.
Taking a tour up the Top End of Australia with D.N.A. will provide you with an endless amount of great memories. Family-owned and operated, D.N.A. Barra Fishing opened its doors way back in 1995, and since then has been providing fantastic fishing tours in the Northern Territory’s best areas for the mighty Barramundi.
Dirk Hartog Island, just off Western Australia’s Gascoyne Coast, provides a smorgasbord of fish species to target, and you’re bound to love the Homestead accommodation that’s provided.
Whether it’s Marlin, Bonefish or one of the many other species of fish that populate this location, you will have a great time. This is fast becoming Australia’s mecca of sports fishing, and with good reason.
For those wishing to go up against Australia’s best sportsfish, the three areas FNSF covers during its 10 months of operation throughout the year are home to the majority of the country’s most challenging and exhilarating sport- and game-fish. Complete with luxury vessels and quality meals and equipment for your trip.
Gabon has the longest stretch of untouched coastline left on the African continent, and along with a massive estuary system, this destination offers fishermen the chance to experience the thrill of targeting the unique and numerous species of West Africa with both lure and fly.
The abundance of large and aggressive game fish is complimented by Africa's most pristine tropical rain forest which creates an amazing back drop to this one of a kind salt water fishing experiences.
Located 20 minutes from Krabi in southern Thailand is one of the best private freshwater fishing impoundments in the world. There is the chance to catch up to 26 exotic Asian and South American species.
Cruising aboard “Island Passage” with its state of the art design, stylish interior and a full range of sporting facilities, means you can create a holiday that suits your needs.
Travel in opulent luxury aboard Kimberley Quest to experience some of the most pristine places throughout the Kimberleys. You’ll experience everything including Cone Bay, Cockatoo Island, Cascade Bay and a whole lot more.
Every Magic moment at King Pacific Lodge is a newfound freedom. At this floating wilderness lodge on Princess Royal Island, British Columbia, the only deadlines are the unused rods and reels.
Brand new lodge opening for fishing clients in September 2014. Only a handful of anglers (Angling Adventures staff most of them) have cast a lure/fly in the waters of this extreme remote part of the world.
First indications are that the mighty PNG Black Bass exists here in very good numbers as well as some in unstoppable size!
Matava Resort, Kadavu, Fiji is a world class gamefishing(and Dive) Resort with the vessell, tackle and facilities to match.
Located on the Northern Territory’s Melville Island, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more comfortable, picturesque place to stay. Just a couple of steps from the door of your room and you can step up onto your boat that your professional guide will have ready and waiting for you. Lodge staff will then tow you down to the water to launch, then you’re off for a full day of adrenalin charged sport fishing action. When you’re all done and dusted, your guide will drive the boat right onto the trailer and you’ll be towed directly back to the lodge where some cold drinks and pre-dinner nibbles will be waiting.
Now that’s the VIP red carpet treatment!
We offer our clients the opportunity to experience one of the worlds finest Taimen and Trout fly fishing adventure in the world.
You may have heard New Zealand’s rivers described as being “Gin Clear” – well its true! Imagine stalking a 10 lb brown trout, in water so clear, that water which looks 2 feet deep is actually up to your waist!
Owner and guide Peter Hayes has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of Tasmanian trout, and his contagious passion for fishing has most certainly rubbed off on all of the guides representing Peter Hayes Guided Fishing. All of the guides are well-versed in the local flora and fauna, and are friendly and approachable. For those who require a bit of assistance in the technique of spin and/or fly fishing, they’ll happily oblige with demonstrations and explanations.
Samoa has been recognized as one of the top 10 sport fishing destinations in the world. With an easy flying time of six hours from Sydney, you will be hooking into the big ones in no time.
Riverview Lodge is set within the picturesque area of Hamner Springs, which is less than a 90 minute leisurely drive north of Christchurch.
Don’t be put off by the word ‘tent’ – the tent you’ll be staying in amongst the sand dunes is nothing short of sheer luxury, located at Sal Salis on the North West Cape and just an hour’s drive from Exmouth, you’ll find yourself surrounded by truly breathtaking scenery.
This is a holiday location the whole family can enjoy. Known mainly as a holiday and honeymooners getaway, that title seems to be quickly changing.
Silver King Lodge is located on the east coast of Costa Rica on the Rio Colorado River, in the ecologically sensitive wildlife preserve known as Barra del Colorado.
On the border of Victoria and New South Wales, the Snowy Mountains hosts around 180 kilometres of mountain-fed streams, rivers and lakes, snaking the area and creating some superb fishing spots in numerous tranquil locations.
Nestled among the hundreds of islands in the tranquil protected waters of British Columbia’s Inside Passage is Malcolm Island. Sund's Lodge on Malcolm Island is “A Dream Come True” for the discriminating fishing enthusiast and anyone who appreciates the majestic beauty of this wondrous land.
Having fishing rights to exclusive areas is the key element to exceptional Peacock Bass fishing. In cooperation with the authorities, our operator has obtained many exclusive private-water fishing leases over the last two decades, which guarantees your best opportunity for fishing success. This also directly benefits the communities in the area.
A fly-only private fishery that’s located in the middle of Nugent and Buckland, Twin Lakes is just 50 minutes in the car from Hobart. Considering the extremely high chances of encountering brown and rainbow trout over the magical 10lb mark, this location most definitely can be referred to as ‘trophy water’!