If fly fishing in salt water is on your bucket list, then the Sea of Cortez should be your destination trip. The Sea of Cortez had more than 700 species such as dorado, marlin, wahoo, yellowfin tuna, jack crevalle, roosterfish, grouper, skipjack, yellowtail and the list goes on. These are seasonal species so you have to pick the right time to target them. Usually May thru October is the prime time. The winter months, November thru March is usually cold and windy.


We fish the waters of the La Ventana / Cerralvo Island area. Both novice and experienced anglers will have an great experience. If itʼs your first time fly fishing in salt water, this could be a thrill of a life time. Like I tell people “ you never know whatʼs going to eat your fly” in the salt water enviornment.


If you have any questions or would like to book a trip, email us at or call (831) 809-4221






Aitutaki, Cook Islands


This is probably the most gorgeous place you will ever experience. Located on a remote and beautiful island located in the South Pacific, it is a 9 hour flight from LAX to Rarotonga, Cook Islands. This is a 6 night 5 days fishing, all meals, lodging and fishing guide. Each day is a full day fishing for big bonefish, bluefin trevally, GTs, etc. One thing I want to mention, it’s not like fishing Christmas Island where you can catch 25 bones a day. Aitutaki fly fishing is tough, real tough.  If you hook and land a big bone or even and average size bone, you’re doing great.


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Aitutaki, Cook Islands



Turneffe Flats Lodge has been known as one of the world premier flats fishing destinations. With english speaking guides, top notch equipment and fantastic accommodations and staff this is why Turneffe Flats Lodge has so many clients returning year after year. The Turneffe Atoll is the largest of only four corral atolls in the Western Hemisphere. Turneffe Flats is located on a remote point with white sand beaches and coconut palms. A lot of anglers who fish there try for the “grand slam”, bonefish, permit and tarpon. With 300 miles of pristine flats and a large lagoon, why go anywhere else.


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Christmas Island (Kiribati) is located 1,200 south of the Hawaii and south of the equator by a few hundred miles. The fact that virtually every flats fishing angler in North America has heard of Christmas Island is far from coincidence. Endless hard sand flats fishing, remarkable numbers of cruising bone fish and trevally and consistent year round weather await all who visit this unique atoll. Fly fishing guides at Christmas Island Outfitters have been hand picked for their overall experience, skill, and instructional abilities. Each day anglers will depart via truck for the days fishing. Virtually all fly fishing entails sight casting to visible fish while wading the flats. Contact Fly Water Travel for more information.


If you have any questions or would like to book a trip, email us at or call (831) 809-4221


You can also contact Dylan Rose at Fly Water Travel: or call (800) 552-2729