Posts tagged with "FFTC Membership Advantages"



Trip Tip of the Month · 30. October 2019
Seychelles - 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 fea
Trip Tip of the Month · 30. October 2019
Africa - Namibia - Fishing, Game Viewing and Birding. The scenic Chobe River region is world-renowned as one of Africa’s best fly-fishing destinations. And a stay at Ichingo Chobe River Lodge is the best way to experience it. Catch everything from African pike, tilapia, catfish and yellowfish to the legendary Tigerfish on your unforgettable river safari.

Trip Tip of the Month · 07. September 2019
A Fine Lodge On The Rio Roosevelt The Amazon Roosevelt Lodge is located just upriver on the Rio Roosevelt where it flows into the Rio Aripuanã. It is constructed totally from sustainable timber and natural resources. Easy to get to from the city of Manaus, the gateway to the mighty Amazon and its tributaries, in the State of Amazonas, this very comfortable lodge offers great meals, has friendly staff and top service, and being on the river itself, is really close to the action!
Welcome · 17. July 2019
The Yukon territory is Canada’s ‘Last Frontier’ - you can catch 12 different species This territory is located in the north-west of the country. It’s a mountainous forest-clad region which is bordered by the Beaufort Sea to the north, by Alaska to the west, by the Northwest Territories to the east, and by British Columbia to the south. The Yukon is divided in two by the river of the same name which comes from the Mackenzie mountains.

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.
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.

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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