The Mauritian archipelago of St Brandon’s is a saltwater fly fishing paradise, and quite possibly the most remote and hard to access fishery in the world. Granted it takes a full day’s boat travel from Mauritius to access, however, it’s worth it. Particularly if wading and sight casting to double-digit Bonefish, tailing Indo-Pacific Permit and a host of Trevally species on powder white sand flats appeals then St Brandon’s Atoll is the destination for you.
St Brandon’s (also known as Cargados Carajos Shoals) is a coral atoll consisting of over 50 small islands, coral ridges and vast sand flats stretching 50 km from north to south. Situated 268 nautical miles northeast of Mauritius’s main island this area is rich in fish stocks, flora and fauna.
This magical atoll has quickly risen to iconic status in the world of saltwater fly-fishing and for good reason; it’s very remote, has very little fishing pressure and the flats fishing for Bonefish, Indo-Pacific Permit and a host of Trevally species is simply world-class.
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