Calling all single saltwater fly anglers, the perfect hosted fly fishing holiday for GT'S to one of the best destinations in the world. This exclusive week is designed to coincide with peak time & tides to fish for GT'S of monster proportions along with a ton of other amazing species. Defiantly not a fly fishing trip to be missed.
Permit Fly Fishing Holidays
Saltwater fly fishing for Permit is extremely challenging and the odds are often stacked against the intrepid angler, who looks to target this fabulous adversary. Wind, sun and the erratic nature of Permit – all conspire against fly fishermen in their quest to tail one of these majestic Permit. We can think of no other fish that is so difficult to predict, to understand and worse still, to deceive. What a challenge! These mystical Permit can be found in waters around Belize, Bahamas and Seychelles to mention a few.
The sheer amount of Bonefish makes the Bahamas the go to place for any diehard Saltwater fly angler and with virtually un-fished waters right on your doorstep plus some of the biggest Bonefish on the planet. Some of the best and well known flats are located just a stone throw away from your accommodation.
A twelve-acre island perched right on the edge of Belize’s world famous Barrier Reef offering beauty, peace, tranquility and fantastic fishing. This little idyllic island offers some unbelievable saltwater flats fishing and where the Permit is so much in abundance that we named it Permit City.
For customers who are looking for a unique experience when coming to Belize, Twin Centre’s is one of our most popular trips; you start at San Pedro and finish at Water Caye, giving you some of the best Tarpon, Bonefish and amazing chances at Permit that can be found anywhere.
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.