What to expect - bushtrek fishing safari
With over 60 years of fishing east Africas' pristine water ways, its safe to say you are in tight-line hands! Between Watamu/Malindi (Kenyan coast), Mauritius & Seychelles, you are looking at a number of international game fish records (IGFA). These include bonefish, black marlin, bonito, wahoo, dogtooth tuna, giant guitar fish, barracuda, wrasse, moustache grouper and rainbow runner..the list is long!
All our fishing itineraries are tailor made to your fishing styles and desires. You can expect to be fishing for the elusive brown trout on Mt Kenyas rivers and lakes, and the very next day hooking a sailfish in the Indian ocean. Truly, an anglers dream! That is only the beginning of the bushtrek fishing portfolio. You may wish to incorporate a fishing excursion to your family holiday. Take some time out from safari and drop lines in lake Naivasha for bass, or white water rafting on rivers in the Aberdare ranges on the foothills of Mt Kenya. From the mighty to the down right powerful, marlin fishing out of Watamu on the Kenyan coast is like no other destination on the planet. With the help of our expert partners at Kingfisher you are guaranteed a fishing experience to thrill …and if that’s not enough ..
Seychelles and Mauritius are surrounded by more than 1.4 million sq km of exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Seychelles' little harvested waters are a treasure of marine life offering the best mixed bag catches anywhere on the planet. For those fly fisherman seeking the hands-on thrill look no further than fishing on the flats in the Seychelles, described as a bone fishing haven. For the brave there is blue water fly fishing; the ultimate challenge of landing large pelagic fish on light tackle. Try your hand at fly fishing in the worlds best bone fish waters while on honeymoon in Mauritius (St Brandon's atoll), brave the big fish with your fly tackle off the reefs for GT, or fishing the 'barachois' while in the lap of indian-ocean luxury at constance Le Prince Maurice for baracuda & Carangue and Guil Pavely.