Fly Fishing Papua New Guinea, home to the powerful Papuan Black Bass, it also has some amazing and untouched saltwater fly fishing opportunities in the Coral Sea, with Giant Trevally, Napoleon Wrasse, Bluefin Trevally, Triggerfish and a myriad of reef species available.
Papua New Guinea is easily accessible a short flight north of Australia, encompassing the eastern half of New Guinea including over six hundred small islands, over eight hundred languages and tribes, with only a small percentage of the population living in urban areas.
Beautiful lush mountain rivers, creeks and lakes are also home to Barramundi, Niugini Bass, Spot Tail Bass and Mangrove Jack in the upper reaches all the way down to the estuaries and river mouths entering the Coral Sea. Including New Britain, the saltwater fly fishing options on numerous reef systems and atolls are best accessed via live-aboard Motherships while land based options are available inland all in a warm sub-tropical setting.
Remote, wild and culturally diverse, a trip to PNG will remain in your memory long after you have departed. With very few places left in the world that are pristine, now is the time to plan ahead and make the journey to this wonderful country, stepped back in time.
Located in the remote Coral Sea off the coast of Papua New Guinea lie huge coral reef systems, including some forgotten atolls that had previously never been fly fished before.
Tailored, hand-crafted, bespoke. You may have heard it all before but the bottom line is that we listen to what you want and ask plenty of questions to provide you with a great range of suitable travel and holiday fly fishing options.
Our highly experienced team has fly fished the world for the last 25 years, and we understand the considerations and gear needed to turn a good fly fishing trip into a great one.
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