Australia's Ultimate Saltwater Fly Fishing Adventures
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About the Area

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We operate in a vast area of remote and untouched waters north of the town of Exmouth, situated above the Tropic of Capricorn on the north west coast of Western Australia. The Exmouth area is home to the Australia's only Bonefish Flats.

Western Australia is Australia's largest state, approximately 2 600 000 square kilometers in area with a population of only 1.9 million. 1.5 miliion of whom live in the capital city of Perth.

Although much of the state is desert, it boasts over 12,500 kilometers of some of the worlds most pristine coastline.

Climate: Situated above the Topic of Capricorn, the area is fortunate to have a magnficient climate and unlike much of tropical Australia, it is unaffected by the "Wet Season" with all but the biggest of storms moving well inland before reaching the area. Summer temperatures average 39 degrees Celcius (102 F).

Water: Hundreds of miles of remote untouched beaches, flats & islands that are home to prolific marine life. Water temperatures through summer can reach 32 degress Celcius (90 F) but average 27 degress Celcius (82 F).

Mother Nature was especiallly kind to the area, so much so that it is teeming with natural phenomena. Over 250 species of Corals and 540 species of fish, migrating Humpback Whales, Whalesharks, huge numbers of Turtles, Manta Rays and the world's largest fringing coral reef, the Ningaloo Reef, make the area a fly fishers paradise. Exmouth is also home to Australia's only Bonefish Flats providing fly fishers the chance to target Bonefish, Permit, Massive GT's as well as a multitude of other tropical sportfish.

We are a " Catch & Release " guide service.
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Last Update January 2013