Trip Tip of the Month · 08. June 2019
Welcome to the Texas Coastal Bend. Surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Copano and Aransas Bays, and nearby San Antonio and Matagora Bays, Rockport, TX is our home and base of operations. Rockport fly fishing is some of the best on the entire Texas Coast. With excellent year-round populations of Redfish, Speckled Trout and Black Drum. Or occasional opportunities for other species such as Jack Crevalle and Tarpon. There are fish to challenge any angler.
Trip Tip of the Month · 18. May 2019
Discover Slovenia - perfect for a long weekend trip! Slovenia is unique as a fishing destination since it offers such a wide range of fish species to target, including wild Brown trout, Brook trout, Rainbow trout, Grayling and Danube salmon. It also has its own very unique trout, the famous and mysterious "ghost of Soca", the Marble trout. Join us and share our passion for fishing in Slovenia.

FFTC Hosted Trips · 29. April 2019
I'm back from Argentina after a fantastic journey. I had a great time in Argentina and I met a lot of nice people - fishermen, locals and some travelers from other countries as well. To share the story about this wonderful experience I started to sort 4.633 photos and video clips I have made on this journey. Yes, 4.633 is the number of files I brought home.
Trip Tip of the Month · 29. April 2019
"A huge run of Atlantic Salmon" Ireland - The River Moy The River Moy has a huge run of Atlantic Salmon, annually approximately 15.000 fish run the river. The Atlantic Salmon can be caught in fly-only beats as well as mixed zones. The Moy is especially suited for the young salmon anglers, as the prices are comparatively low. At all the lakes in the area of the County Mayo you will have also a great Brown Trout and thrilling Pike fishery.

Welcome · 14. April 2019
Astove is breathtakingly beautiful. It is a world filled with colour, where the daily dramas of a pristine ecosystem play out in front of your very eyes. Astove offers a rare privilege opportunity to gaze into a world which has changed very little in the years that have passed. The Astove Wall is described as gazing down into the Grand Canyon. It consists of the large flats and reef dropping a vertical 90 degrees, from ankle deep water to water over a kilometre deep. This unique feature makes
Welcome · 18. March 2019
Fly Fishing and relaxing in Patagonia - Chile The variety of landscapes – rocky peaks, volcanos, deep canyons, deserts, fjords, glaciers, emerald lakes and golden beaches – are what makes Chile so unique. This is where we invite you to discover the region of Palena and ,in exclusivity, the Yelcho Lodge.

Trip Tip of the Month · 27. February 2019
Norway - Big Atlantic Salmon Country. Sooner or later every salmon angler comes to a state where it's more about quality than quantity - a big fish usually values more than many small ones. If you are after the 10kg, 15kg, or even 20kg+ fish, Norway is the place to go to. The Norwegian Flyfishers Club offers 12km private water on the Gaula River.
FFTC Hosted Trips · 23. February 2019
We like to present you the latest impressions from our local FFTC Partner El Encuentro Fly Fishing in Central Patagonia. El Encuentro Fly Fishing launched a brand new video from their Brook Trout Base Camp at Rio Corcovado in Central Patagonia. A remote place with luxury comfort directly on the river banks. Please enjoy the video impressions.

Welcome · 22. February 2019
Enjoy one of the best saltwater Fly fishing destination in the world - a remote atoll called Cosmoledo Cosmoledo is just a stone’s throw away from the World Heritage Site of Aldabra, often described as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean. The atoll’s pristine and untouched ecosystem boasts vast, wadeable sand flats, beautiful islands of different shapes and sizes as well as a wonderful lagoon.
Trip Tip of the Month · 03. February 2019
"Hucho Hucho" in Mongolia - Tsaatan Lodge The taimen - as the huchon is called in Mongolia - can reach record sizes. This fish is a fierce predator and is known by the Mongolians as ‘The River Wolf’. It can devour prairie dogs, ducklings and squirrels and when it’s not eating its usual prey, it can also go for dry flies.

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