Guided fly fishing for trophy bonefish, permit, GT and many other great species at Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth Gulf.
Other great species include: golden trevally, sailfish, marlin, spanish mackerel, tuna, barramundi, giant herring, cobia, queenfish...and many more.
North West Cape is 1200 km north of Perth in Western Australia. Ningaloo Reef fringes the western side of the Cape from the tip for about 250 km south. The reef lays anything from a few hundred metres to a few kilometers offshore- thus forming a giant lagoon with extensive shallow sand flats and crystal clear water. There are not big tidal movements, and the sky is often cloudless. These factors combine to provide great polaroiding.
The area inside the reef holds numerous fish species including our discovery of trophy bonefish, as well as permit, golden trevally, giant trevally, blue trevally, goldspot trevally, queenfish, spangled emperor, milkfish, giant herring, tarpon, cobia and blue bastards.
There are not many places in the world that you can fish the flats for permit, bonefish and GT and be within sight of boats that are fishing for marlin and sailfish.
On the eastern side of the Cape, Exmouth Gulf offers a great alternative fly fishing experience. Most of the Exmouth Gulf waters are mangrove lined with tidal creeks and unbelievable extensive flats. There are also numerous islands and shallow shoals that offer a variety of fly fishing opportunities. If the wind blows from the west, there are sheltered bays in Exmouth Gulf to target permit, GT, metre plus queenfish, barramundi and many more species.
So many great fly rod species
World class permit, bonefish and GT