We are extremely excited to be able to offer you the very best in Big Game fishing the world has to offer. If you are in search of the best mixed fishery the world over, then Rodrigues Island off Mauritius has it all in bucket loads. From huge GT's to Monster Black Marlin, you fishing itch will surely be well and truly scratched after a weeks fishing this magical part of the world.
Fishing Indian Ocean
The Indian Ocean is a truly magical place, nowhere on Earth can boast the vast array of animal life that resides within its waters. This, in turn, makes fishing in the Indian Ocean a must do experience. With the Indian Ocean being so rich in nutrients and small fish, the larger species that predate on these baitfish are here in abundance.
Visit Cosmoledo for the ultimate saltwater fly fishing experience. Each week just 12 lucky anglers with 6 guides get to explore this vast area in search of a very impressive species list. If you are looking for everything from big Bones to monster GT'S look no further.
Astove Atoll gives six lucky anglers each week the exclusivity of one of the wildest, most rugged atolls on the globe. This is a wild, secluded and remarkably remote small-scale destination for anglers seeking adventure and a unique fishing experience not to be missed.
Alphonse Island needs to be experienced to be believed... world class saltwater fly fishing, quiet picnics on secluded beaches, sunset cruises with loved ones, mesmerising encounters with marine life and blissful pampering treatments all in picture-perfect surroundings.
Providence is the final frontier! It is the largest fishable coral atoll in the Indian Ocean. The hottest and newest destination in the Seychelles for all fly fishermen, who have ever wanted to target huge GT’s and monster Bonefish. This Atoll ranks among the best fly-fishing destinations in the world.
Previously St Brandon’s was run as a live aboard operation, as foreigners were not permitted by the Mauritian authorities to stay on land. The last 5 years of hard work have finally paid off and we are excited to announce the beginning of a new era in this project, the St Brandon’s land-based experience!
A true paradise where one can wade and sight fish to an impressive variety of species such as, Bonefish, Trevally including the ferocious Giant Trevally, the finicky Permit, Triggerfish, Bumphead Parrotfish and Milkfish. Farquhar is best known for the sheer diversity of species it offers anglers fortunate enough to visit her shores.
The Indian Ocean is the planet’s third largest ocean, reaching as far west as Africa and as far east as Australia. This vast expanse of salt water can provide some of the best saltwater fishing known to man.
One of the most sought-after species residing within these waters is the lightning fast and ultra-aggressive hitting Giant Trevally. Anglers travelling to fish in destinations like the Seychelles have the chance to battle with some very large specimens and every year monster GT’s are caught here.
Another favourite target when fishing in the Indian Ocean is the Bonefish. This fish is renowned for being a stealthy ninja. One minute you will see a shadow and in a split second, it is gone. These fish are called the ghost of the flats for this very reason. Along with Bonefish and GT’s you can also expect to come face to face with other species like Permit and Milkfish.
It is not only the fly fishing in the Indian Ocean that draws anglers from all over the globe, the saltwater lure and popper fishing is very special here too. Destinations such as the Andaman Islands and Madagascar provide outstanding saltwater lure and popper fishing with species such as Dogtooth Tuna, Giant Trevally, Sailfish and Marlin being caught around these areas.
With some of the oceans most sought-after fish species, it is no surprise that the Indian Ocean is the destination on many anglers must fish list. The Indian ocean is one of nature’s most plush oceans and any angler travelling to fish in the Indian Ocean is in for a fishing experience that will never be forgotten.
If you have any questions about our Indian Ocean fishing holidays contact us in the office, our experienced team will be happy to answer any questions you have. Alternatively, you can request a free brochure.