Blue Horizon Lodge

Why We Like It This is a permit focussed operation. If your goal is to catch your first permit or your fiftieth, Blue Horizon is a solid bet. The lodge is located in the center of “Permit Alley” offering its guides and clients first shots at several of the most productive reefs and flats in

Copal Tree Lodge

Why We Like It Solid permit fishing and access to some of the most productive permit flats in the Caribbean. Anglers could expect double digit shots on most days, with the average fish weighing between 10 and 20 pounds. Tons of on-angling activities, cabins and suites immersed in a jungle setting with howler monkeys serenading

Cree River Lodge

Why We Like It Cree River Lodge offers exceptional pike and walleye fishing in the untouched Canadian north. While staying at Cree you’ll enjoy a quiet and comfortable lodge, a crew that welcomes you in as part of a team, and fantastic meals throughout your stay. This can be your pike fishing experience of a

Thanks Alaska Mothership

Why We Like It Thanks Alaska offers some of the most unique steelhead fishing on the planet with plenty of shots at bright, spring-run wild fish ranging between eight and 14 pounds, and some that grow much larger (our personal record measured 42 inches long). The 17-million-acre Tongass National Forest offers more than 200 of these

Northern Lights Lodge

Why We Like It Simply put, the waters around Quesnel Lake and Northern Lights Lodge are rainbow trout nirvana. At NLL, guests fish four major rivers and countless lakes from a classic Canadian wilderness lodge, with chances to land six distinct strains of wild rainbow trout that range between 16 and 26 inches. (The lodge

The Dogwood Lodge

Why We Like It Dogwood Lodge is your launch point into the Biloxi Marsh and the world’s greatest redfish grounds. These fish are found in big numbers, especially during winter when they invade shallow flats to feed on abundant forage, including crabs. On a good day, anglers get dozens of shots at aggressive reds ranging

Broad Shad Cay

Why We Like It Guests stalk double-digit size bonefish on Andros Island’s legendary flats with one of the world’s greatest bonefish guides, captain Andy Smith. This small operation is located in the middle of Andros’ North Bight, which allows guides and anglers to access the east and west sides of the island with a short

Boardwalk Lodge

Why We Like It One of fly-fishing’s quintessential experiences can be found on Prince of Wales Island in the Tongass National Forest. Each spring, beginning in March and extending through May, steelhead run up numerous rivers and streams on Prince of Wales Island. Guests at Boardwalk Lodge can walk up and down these streams and