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World traveler, angler, and owner of Abaco Lodge, Oliver White sits down with April Vokey on her podcast, “Anchored,” to talk about his amazing career in fly fishing. Listen here. Justin Housman writes about Tenkara USA’s Ito rod in this … more →
Bonefish the Bahamas with your best friend for only $100! Thanks to the Native Fish Society’s Board Chair, Paul Fortino, Fish Head Expeditions, Abaco Lodge, Nervous Waters Fly Fishing, and The Fly Shop two lucky anglers will enjoy 3 days … Continue reading →
Travel Bulls and keeper-class drum fall for properly presented plastics. Sightcast for keeper redfish or rip popping corks for bull reds throughout the marshes surrounding Cajun Fishing Adventures lodge in Buras, Louisiana.
Check out this fun article on our South Island operation. Alberto and his son were a blast to fish with at Cedar Lodge. Click on this link and the click on the article to make is larger. CD
BABINE FOR A BENJAMIN Spend a week on the Babine River this fall for just $100! The one and only Babine Steelhead Lodge has generously donated a week of steelhead fishing on the Babine River for 1 angler to support … Continue reading →
Hey folks, Matt Stansberry here with an update from our annual fishing trip to Mar Mac Lodge on Lake Esnagi in Ontario. My dad and his buddy have been coming up to this lake for fifty years and I’ve been … Continue reading →
Owen River Lodge has received two prestigious awards from Qualmark: the Luxury Lodge certification and a Gold Sustainable Tourism Busi... ... Read more in the press release below. Owen River Lodge Scoops Prestigious Awards It’s official! Owen River Lodge is … more →
Recently, The Flyfish Journal held its annual BahamaCon, “a casual gathering at Deneki’s Andros South bonefish lodge, to chase bonefish, barracuda and all manner of beautiful things.” From amazing video footage to great short essays, view the week via The Flyfish … more →
Cyclone Fehi was followed by Gita and Hola, all leaving the South Island with more than enough water this “summer”. New Zealand rivers are known for being clear, but flush them out with massive amounts of sediment laden water and … Continue reading →
February started out with seven inches of rain in 24 hours here at Cedar Lodge. It’s absolutely incredible to see how the “crystaline” waters we had been fishing just a day before turned into raging torrents carrying glacial mud and … Continue reading →