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Welcome · 27. May 2020
Fly Fishing in Estonia? Estonia is covered with beautiful, clean, undisturbed rivers with wild brown trout and grayling. It takes an hour drive from the centre of the capital, Tallinn, to fishing waters where you will find wild brown trout, bear trails, and rarely see any other fishermen. You can find brown trout in more than one hundred rivers and streams, and in most of them, the trout are wild.
Welcome · 24. May 2020
A bucketlist experience A unique fishing trip in untamed clear waters featuring gourmet food, personalized service by family owners, in a cozy and welcoming lodge with rustic-elegant interiors. Come face to face with the Tiger of the River, surrounded by Golden waves as you set the hook, a Golden Dorado with a scowl on his face angry as hell, will suddenly jump three feet in the air showing his teeth before diving back into the river, busting your reel with his aggression. Take the challenge.

Welcome · 28. February 2020
The Faro River is a true multi-species destination. Fishing for Nile perch, on foot, in big game territory, is as wild an experience as you are likely to encounter with a fly rod in hand. Added to this, the prime Nile perch fishing times are sunset until 21h30 when the sounds of the African night are amplified by the darkness, which means most anglers will be experiencing a fly fishing trip like none they have encountered before.
Welcome · 02. February 2020
The Highlands are truly the heart of Iceland. With its uncanny beauty and epic scenery the Highlands offer you an experience unlike any other. Here you can truly become one with nature as the Highlands are untouched and inhibited by men. The vast wilderness - mountains, deserts, canyons, lakes and rivers - demonstrates the powerful forces of fire and ice which have shaped the landscape on this volcanic island over centuries.

Welcome · 18. September 2019
EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF AFRICA ON BOARD OF OUR PRIVATE FLOATING HOTEL, CHOBE PRINCESS With only a small number of guests per boat staying in one of the three Chobe Princesses is like being on your very own houseboat. The entire boat can also be booked exclusively, giving you your very own private villa on the water. As you drift down the Chobe River and spot incredible wildlife scenes, you’ll be able to completely relax in an intimate river safari experience.
Welcome · 17. July 2019
You intent to plan a fly fishing trip to Finland. We invite you to browse our FFTC Members Area to inform you about the fishery in Finland. Our well selected guest members will help you to plan your next trip.

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.
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.
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.

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