Newest Fly Fishing Adventure Videos!

Nicolas TrochineBrazil, Canada, Giant Trevally, Nicaragua, Peacock Bass, Saltwater, Seychelles, Tarpon, Video

We have a guilty pleasure: fly fishing travel videos. Videos serve as significant sources of inspiration yet are big time consumers! We have put together some cool videos on destinations around the world all under 4 minutes long! On tap today, we have GT hunting in the Seychelles, Jungle Tarpon in Nicaragua, Atlantic Salmon on a 16 km river in Labrador and the largest Peacock Bass in the Brazilian Amazon. As always, if you need help planning a fly fishing adventure anywhere we are available to help you! Drop us a line!

Farquhar Seychelles Giant Trevally Video

From AOS fly fishing, this video should make anyone want to explore the remote Farquhar Atoll for Giant Trevally. Faraway Fly Fishing just partnered with the operation at Farquhar. If you would like to learn more about upcoming available dates or have questions about this amazing place, drop us a line!

Labrador Atlantic Salmon, Brook Trout and Artic Char on the Hunt River

From the creative fly fishing group Hooké, we get the experience of fishing the Hunt River in Labrador, Canada. Only 16 km in length, the river hosts runs of 30+ lb. Atlantic Salmon, Sea Run Brook Trout and tidal estuary fishing for Arctic Char! Watch the video below!

Jungle Tarpon in Nicaragua
Tapam Lodge is a newer lodge on the Tarpon scene and is quickly gaining popularity, for good reason! Cruising through Nicaraguan jungle creeks, the videos shows how truly exhilarating hunting for rolling tarpon! Check it out below or visit our blog. If you need help planning a trip to the Nicaraguan tarpon frontier, drop us a line and we would be happy to help!

Fly Fishing the Brazilian Amazon for Peacock Bass 
 A Lord of the Rings and fly fishing hybrid video, this may be the most epic peacock bass short out there. The locals call the river “Rio de Gigantes” and it is home to more double digit, trophy peacock bass and a higher concentration of those monster fish than any other river in Brazil or the Amazon. Watch the short video below!

Not Enough Time to Research Yourself?

Did you like any of the destinations you saw in the videos? Maybe you want to explore booking a trip but don’t have time to get all the details yourself. Contact us and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have to help plan your next fly fishing adventure! Or gather information for you of course!

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