Traveling the World on the Fly

Each year we put together 2-4 special fly fishing trips to various destinations around the world. These trips are one-of-a-kind, and we work hard to make each trip memorable. Some trips allow you to get up close to nature as you float and camp on rivers while others are designed for relaxing and living it up in the most elegant first-class lodges you have ever visited.

Here are some examples of our fly fishing travels.
    • Alaskan Bush – We floated and camped along the rivers as we searched the for the perfect place to drop a line for the best Rainbow Trout and all five species of Pacific Salmon.
    • Jungles of Brazil – We stayed on a houseboat as we floated the rivers of the Amazon basin in search of Peacock Bass.
    • Mexico – We took in the sights of the western mountains as we camped out along the lakes and tried our luck at catching some Black Bass.
    • Coyhaique, Chile – We experienced the Patagonia Region in first-class style as we stayed at the Cinco Rios Lodge and the Estancia del Zorro. We also explored and fished private waters with Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, and Pacific King Salmon.

When it comes to traveling, we only work with the best travel specialists, lodges, guides, and outfitters to ensure that you have the most exciting fly fishing adventure in the most beautiful locations around the world. 

Our fly fishing trips are also well-planned and organized with local people who we know and have fished with for years. We also have great confidence in the people we work with to provide maximum fly fishing time while always keeping in mind that safety is the number one concern. There has never been a fish worth the risk of injury.

In addition to the fly fishing, we often add some extra time for exploring other parts of the locations that we fish. We try to look for something interesting to compliment the fly fishing.

Here are some places we like to visit.
    • Northern wineries of Chile
    • Rubber barons’ Opera House in Manaus, Brazil
    • Little Big Horn National Battlefield in Montana
    • Lighthouse at the end of Long Island in Montauk, New York

Please keep in mind that these trips are not inexpensive, and they are really designed for experienced anglers. The ability to cast a fly accurately in all types of conditions really adds to the quality of the fly fishing results on one of these trips.  

We almost always have a trip in the planning stage, so if you are interested in a really unique fly fishing experience or you have any questions, drop us an email at, or give us a call at 479-459-7071 to find out about an upcoming trip. 

You can also check our blog, “The Caddis Report,” where we post information about upcoming trips. Follow us on Facebook.

“Life is Good on the Fly!”