Seychelles Fly Fishing Atolls
Compared to the Caribbean or the Bahamas, this part of the world is by no means a quick and easy place to access. What you will find upon arrival, however, are incredibly pristine ecosystems that are basically untouched by any sort of development, traffic, or angling pressure. When fly fishing in the Seychelles, you may feel as if you are the first person to set foot on a particular flat. In this part of the world, that may in fact be the case! We are very excited to once gain be able to offer a number of remote, out-island operation that have re-opened as of 2015. These offerings include Astove Atoll, Cosmoledo and Providence.
This is, without a doubt, a distant and very exotic destination, with a fishery that may be the most diverse in the entire world of saltwater fly fishing.
The new Astove Atoll Lodge is finally open and complete, giving six lucky anglers per week the exclusivity of one of the wildest, most rugged atolls on the globe.
In past years, Cosmoledo has become known as perhaps the finest giant trevally destination in the world: a legendary fishery that is perfect for anglers searching for the ultimate saltwater flats destination.
Farquhar, located 450 nautical miles southwest of Mahe, is easily one of the top saltwater fly fishing destinations on the planet. Home to giant trevally, milkfish and numerous other exotic fish species, this is the perfect destination for anglers who want the finest, most diverse fishing action available.
Providence has always been legendary for its amazing numbers of Giant Trevally, bonefish, triggerfish and bumphead parrotfish. Having been closed for six long years, the Atoll was once again opened on a very limited basis for four weeks in the fall of 2015.