Whether this is your first saltwater trip and you hope to catch some fish while learning new skills, or you are a veteran of the brine in pursuit of a flats slam, this trip is bound to meet your expectations.
Why Australia? According to Lefty, Australia boasts without a doubt, the best light tackle, saltwater fly fishing on the planet. Well, we happen to agree! Australia, particularly the tropical north is home to a vast array of species, willing to take a well presented fly. Compared to the flats of Florida or the Caribbean, where
Outfitter Jules Fredericks utilizes two rugged jungle camps, respectively three and six hours upriver from Rewa Village, providing access to a wealth of arapaima ponds and lagoons. These small lakes, of varying difficulty to reach, all contain robust and varied populations of the giant fish, offering anglers multiple visual shots every session.
Deep in the heart of the South American jungle, the rivers of Guyana play host to the largest freshwater game fish on earth – Arapaima Gigas. Guyana is one of the rare locations where these massive beasts can be caught on the fly. Due to a co-partnership between local communities, conservationists, and the government, the