Farquhar Atoll is located in the middle of the Indian Ocean. In 2016 a massive cyclone devastated the Island. This film revolves around a small group of anglers, who were fortunate enough to visit the island for the first time in over a year.
Stories by Keith Rose-Innes
The adventurous fly fisherman travels to the most remote and wild destinations on this planet. To be successful you need a brand of reel that will stand up to the test and not let you down.
Featuring epic footage of incredible bonefishing, a 1h35min battle with the infamous fork-tailed devil a.k.a. the milkfish, and finishing it off with some proper giant trevally action, this is a true reflection of everything Alphonse Island has to offer with key focus on the conservation projects implemented on this amazing atoll.
The search for giant golden mahseer that led us down numerous Bhutanese rivers experiencing the most humbling generocity from the local villagers. Fast rivers and powerful fish made for exciting battles that were often lost.
Winding back the clock to one of our first Cosmoledo and Astove films that goes back to 2001’s first few trips and then fast forward to a trip in 2013 where Devan van der Merwe and I get to fish together.
Winding back the clock to a younger me and the early days of flyfishing the outer island and my first trip to Astove Atoll. An incredible trip on board Mieke a 100ft schooner that would see us visit all the outer atolls ending in Madagascar some time later.
Jako Lucas, Keith Rose-Innes, Josh Hutchins, Christiaan Pretorius and a crew of expedition anglers explore the outer reaches of the Australian coast and find some of the best salt water fishing in the South Pacifiic targeting blue bastards and Indo Pacific permit.
Golden mahseer are protected and it’s illegal to fish for them in Bhutan. We had been granted special permission from his Royal Highness’ Office for monitoring purposes and on a strict fly fishing, catch and release basis. The magnitude of…
Healthy environments are isolated and dwindling before our eyes, and a journey to this location in Cameroon is the opportunity to see a piece of Africa that is an extremely rare representation of how vast areas of the African continent…
Every so often a fly pattern evolves to significantly change the odds of enticing the most difficult fish species, which have been driving fishing guides and anglers to the brink of insanity for decades.