Astove Island, located a short three-hour flight from Mahe, is a well-preserved and very remote atoll in the outer Seychelles, with a diverse fishery and high-quality land-based fly fishing lodge. Best known for the large Giant Trevally that frequent the lagoon flats, channels and rugged inshore reef areas, Astove is also home to Bonefish, Triggerfish, Permit, Milkfish, and range of Bluewater and Reef species.
Breathtakingly beautiful, the pristine ecosystem offers a rare privilege opportunity to gaze into a world which has changed very little in the years that have passed, with a rich maritime history Astove is also well known for its remarkable scuba diving, coral walls, and large species to target every day. From tailing bonefish and triggerfish in skinny water through to large milkfish in the calm Bluewater is a bespoke destination that sees very little fishing pressure.
Coral House accommodates up-to six anglers with very well-appointed en suite rooms, attentive staff and a tailored itinerary to suit you throughout the week. Including fantastic fly fishing options, they also provide a limited range of non-angling activities such as birding, snorkelling and turtle watching, with great food and energetic staff who ensure you have a great time.
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