As the weather takes a turn and the salmon season comes to an end we start to turn our thoughts to wading through pristine saltwater flats in search of our next target, be it a tailing bonefish or a rampaging GT.
Saltwater fly fishing is now incredibly accessible and despite what people think it can be very affordable. If you would like more information or fancy a last minute trip, then please have a look at Frontiers.
Tropical saltwater fly fishing requires specific tackle. Your equipment needs to be up to the task. The raw power of many of the fish species and harsh saltwater environment will test even the best tackle so make sure you are well prepared.
Here at Fin and Game we hold an extensive range of saltwater equipment, from rods to flies and everything between. We are sure we will have something for you what ever your requirement and budget. We also hold a range of protective clothing to keep you covered from the sun.
We have been lucky enough to fish many saltwater destinations, and if your looking at a destination that we haven’t been to we will know someone who has. This means we will be able to offer first hand advice on what to take meaning you will get the most out of your trip.
DON’T FORGET: One thing you shouldn’t be with out on any fishing trip, but especillay a saltwater trip is your polarized sunglasses. These can make a trip by allowing you to spot more fish, increasing your opportunities to catch fish. Costa Del Mar are some of the best on the market.