Bonefishing in the Seychelles

Seychelles

Bonefishing in the Seychelles

Are you an avid adventurer with a love of island life and in the mood for something new? If so, Frontiers International Travel is excited to announce Astove Lodge, a new fishing destination slated to open its doors in February 2015. Astove is one of the most southerly islands in the Seychelles and a top fishing destination worldwide. The remote raised coral island measures 3.7 miles north to south and about 2.5 mi east to west. Its only settlement was abandoned in the 1980s. The new lodge includes six en-suite single occupancy bedrooms, allowing lucky anglers to spend six and a half full days fishing this remote atoll. The southernmost islands of the Seychelles have a reputation as perhaps the best bonefishing and trevally destinations in the world, yet only an elite group of anglers have wet their flies in these extremely rich waters.

Astove offers opportunities to catch giant trevally, bonefish, permit, barracuda, milkfish, Bluefin trevally, triggerfish, yellowfin tuna, dogtooth tuna, wahoo, sailfish and marlin.

“Cosmoledo Atoll is known as the best giant trevally fishery in the world, but Astove is where anglers have caught more than 40 in a session,” said Mike Fitzgerald, President of Frontiers International Travel. “With this new lodge, six lucky anglers per week will have it all to themselves for some of the best fishing on earth.” 

The 7-night fishing package starts at USD $14,950 pp.

Contact Frontiers at 800-245-1950 for additional information or click here for a unique fishing experience in the Seychelles!

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