The Pacific region is a vast area of untouched water scattered with volcanic islands and coral cays. The largest coral atoll in the world is found here along with the longest barrier reef, and a mix of countries, cultures and incredibly friendly people.
Including New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa and Papua New Guinea in the West to Micronesia and Kiribati in the North, and the Cook Islands, Samoa, Hawaii and French Polynesia in the East, it encompasses a huge area in the Pacific Ocean made up of over twenty-five thousands islands.
The saltwater fly-fishing options in the Pacific are endless - expansive sand flats fringed by tropical palm trees, remote atolls, inshore reef systems, and exciting bluewater action on the deep drop-offs and trenches surrounding them.
From the giant Bonefish of New Caledonia and Aitutaki, the brute strength of New Zealand's Yellowtail Kingfish and the big Red Bass of French Polynesia, it ticks many boxes. Then, of course, there is the legendary Christmas Island, home of monster Giant Trevally and Bonefish shoals that have been drawing saltwater fly-fishermen for decades.
Fly Odyssey has extensive experience throughout the Pacific Islands, and we have been guiding our clients throughout this region for over ten years. This has included implementing and supporting many scientific research programs, regional conservation efforts and community-driven fly-fishing businesses. We continually explore remote and untouched parts of the Pacific developing new, sustainable and exciting saltwater fly-fishing opportunities for our clients to experience with us.
Due to the size of the area covered under the Pacific Ocean area, travel details and local information vary and are listed under each destination.