There is so much fishing out there to enjoy across the world but first consider the Northern Hemisphere, closer to home for the most part in fishing terms and almost always during our summer months. The Northern Hemisphere is an amazing and wonderfully diverse fishery.
Rods can experience a host of fishing from the remote and prolific waters of the Ponoi on Russia’s Kola Peninsula to the more accessible streams and rivers of the American West; catch a selection of species from the colossal chinook salmon of Alaska to the acrobatic sea trout of Iceland, while staying in an array of accommodation from tented camps to luxury lodges. There is even the possibility of accessing your fishing via a luxury train in the Canadian Rockies.
With so much on offer, and with a growing need to find somewhere that will suit the fisherman and non-fishing companion, it is hard to know where to start in picking your final destination. With all the information that is now circulating the Internet, together with an ever-increasing number of lodges and operators touting for your business, researching a fishing holiday can be a long, confusing and frustrating process. This is probably more so for those seeking to travel in the Northern Hemisphere, where there are a seemingly endless number of options, which is the beauty of Frontiers' service at no extra cost to you.
The Southern Hemisphere boasts some of the largest unspoilt wildernesses in the world. By definition these areas are relatively uninhabited and, as luck would have it, there exist rivers and streams with healthy fish populations well worth making the journey to go in pursuit of. With reverse seasons to our own, the prime time to fish these countries is during the European winter. In Argentina, there are the two finest sea-run, or sea trout rivers in the world and Argentine and Chilean Patagonia are both equally blessed with an abundance of wild trout streams and pristine lakes teeming with fish. The Ibera marsh in the north of Argentina, two and a half times larger than the Florida Everglades, is home to the stunning golden dorado. Isolated regions of Brazil now offer trophy peacock bass fishing in crystal clear water with white sand beaches against a backdrop of exotic Amazonian wildlife and vegetation. New Zealand is one of the world’s finest trout nations and there are a myriad of fishing possibilities amongst scenery that will take your breath away.
We hope the following whets your appetite suitably. Frontiers prides itself on its personal service, which includes flight recommendations, accommodation and additional suggestions and covers all aspects of your freshwater trip to ensure you will have a memorable time.
Please enjoy the journey through our recommended destinations in the freshwater world.