WHERE DO YOU WANT TO FISH?
Gunnison County is an angler’s paradise. From mid-March through late October, hundreds of miles of trout habitat are found in the area’s lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. And early spring means hooking browns, rainbows and cutthroats along the larger rivers.
Remote Andros, part of the West Side National Park, is an uninhabited saltwater wilderness. Miles of wadeable sand flats, mangrove-lined creeks, and countless islets make this a haven for the elusive bonefish, as well as tarpon.
From April through September, Northern Iceland is the place to cast for huge Atlantic salmon, sea trout and Arctic char. Eleven’s exclusive fishing beats deliver unrivaled angling opportunities.
The Marquesas are a pristine saltwater fly fishing paradise. Anglers worldwide come here to pursue the Big Three: tarpon, permit and bonefish. Cobia, sharks, barracuda, grouper, jacks, permit, and mackerel will test your fly rods or light tackle. Offshore, in season, chase marlin, wahoo, tuna, and dorado.
Eleven’s prime location in a Patagonia region famous for large wild trout – browns and rainbows – is highlighted by the home waters of the Rio Palena; where you can wade or float right out the front door. Add in a myriad of productive lakes, rivers, and streams in this pristine slice of Chile’s Lake Region, plus a day of helicopter fishing, and you have an unmatched diversity of experiences.