Discover the top fly-fishing lodges worldwide. These top-tier properties include fishing, food and breathtaking views.
Horseback riding, rafting down Class IV and V rapids, hooking monster trout, trekking through national parks: Chilean Patagonia has all that and more.
The Resort at Paws Up debuts the Island Lodge at Salmon Lake, a center for summer activities that is a 15-minute drive from the main resort.
New Zealand's mountain scenery is glorious, the food and wine exceptional, there are outstanding golf courses and the trout fishing is incomparable.
During my recent trip, I asked guides and other knowledgeable people which New Zealand fishing lodges currently enjoy the highest reputations.
For those unfamiliar with the sport, bonefishing is widely regarded as one of the most exciting forms of fly-fishing.
From the Florida Keys to Phuket, these seven picturesque deep-sea fishing sites across the globe make it easy to enjoy this thrilling sea sport.
Set off the coast of Thailand, Phuket juts into the Andaman Sea and provides an ideal locale for deep sea fishing for marlin, wahoo, giant trevally and more.
From Islamorada to Little Torch Key, learn more about the attraction of deep sea fishing in the Florida Keys for sailfish, blue marlin, swordfish and more.
In Belize, deep sea fishermen cast their lines into the Caribbean Sea in the hopes of hooking snapper, snook, bonefish, tarpon, permit, jacks and barracuda.
In Mozambique, anglers cast their lines into the Indian Ocean in the hopes of hooking game fish like giant black marlins, wahoo and sailfish.
Alaska boasts more ocean coastline than any other state and offers ample opportunity for sport and deep sea fishing salmon, halibut and cod.
Sicily's appeal transcends its ancient heritage, and deep sea fishermen will be pleased to find that most fish in the area frequent the Straits of Sicily.
Lush scenery and a tropical climate make Hawaii one of the world’s most sought-after destinations - especially for its outstanding deep sea fishing conditions.
The *Andrew Harper Traveler* brings deep sea fishing enthusiasts the following guide to notable tournaments around the world.
Clearly, fly-fishing gear depends largely on the venue and the season. But whenever I embark on a trip, there are some things I seldom go without.
Although Nicaragua has most of the ingredients required for success, its tourism has been slower to develop than expected. So I was intrigued to hear about a new $250 million Pacific coast retreat.
British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley had a lot going for it long before its wineries began making premium wines a decade or two ago. Generations of outdoor fun-seekers have flocked here from Vancouver and Calgary (five and eight hours by car, respectively) to hike, bike, climb, camp, boat, swim, fish, golf and party in naturally beautiful surroundings.