Do you need to get away, how about a fly fishing trip? Do you need a corporate retreat without distractions? Or maybe you and your spouse are in need of a quiet getaway?
Whatever your reason for needing to escape, fly fishing trips may be the perfect answer.
Todays fly fishing trips abound all over the world. Fishermen can choose from a relaxing guided tour up the McKenzie River in search of Oregon trout or opt for something a little wilder like hooking a Rainbow trout in Alaskas Katmai National Park.
If you are keen on a warmer climate, there is always a chance to land a bonefish in Ascension Bay, Mexico or hook a Peacock bass in the Amazon Basin. The Amazon River will also yield catfish and piranha.
Kamchatka, Russia promises trout as big as a mans leg. Whether or not that is true or merely a fish tale can only be decided if you give this northern trip a shot.
Fly fishing trips are very easy to find on the Internet. Type fly fishing trips into any search engine and then take your pick. You’ll find hundreds of guides willing and able to take both the seasoned and the uninitiated fly fisherman on a memorable adventure.
Fly fishermen are a thoughtful sort so it would follow that these folks would be very discerning when it comes to choosing where they plant their waders. Todays professional fly fishing charter companies know you have high standards and they are prepared to meet them.
Some companies offer luxury lodge accommodations and meals, some offer jet boats and mobile camps, while others like the Kamchatka experience offers a float trip and a warm cabin and hot showers every night.
Is your company looking for an employee incentive trip? Fly fishing trips could be the perfect answer. Fly fishing businesses, like the remote North Knife Lake Lodge in Churchill, Manitoba, offer packages catering to both intimate and larger groups. And the lodge offers all the facilities necessary to conduct your business, as well.
Are you new to fly-fishing? Many companies, like one out of Eugene, Oregon will give fishermen a full day class, complete with equipment, lessons, a boat trip, and fly-fishing. Their guides will teach newcomers the differences between wet and dry fly trout fishing, special knots and the types of food flies that attract fish.
When booking your fly fishing trip, look for companies that offer to handle all the details from transportation to meals. The established fly fishing charter companies will also offer links on their web sites assisting fishermen in getting all necessary fishing licenses.