Thursday, December 8, 2011

Fly Fishing in the Indian Ocean

Bonefish, Permit and Trevally all make great fishing, and the guys at Fly Castaway love catching them on the fly. Check out this great vision  taken at St. Brandons Atoll  in the Indian Ocean.

St Brandon's Atoll (also called Cargados Carajos Shoals) is a group of over 50 small islands (total land area of less than 1 square mile), islets, coral ridges and vast sand flats on an extended reef in the Indian Ocean, situated 268 nautical miles north-east of Mauritius. Many anglers have been comparing St. Brandon's Atoll to "the way the Seychelles used to be" with a fishery which is virtually untapped. Another spot to add to our bucket list!

FlyCastaway specializes in guiding groups of dedicated anglers to various exotic destinations in Africa and the Indian & Atlantic Ocean Islands around the continent. To find out more, click here.

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