Each year, we run a number of hosted trips to a variety of destinations, including the Bahamas, Mexico, Cuba, Norway, British Columbia and Mongolia. 

Your well-travelled host will ensure the trips runs smoothly, be able to answer any questions you have and offer advice on fishing technique.

If being a single traveller is holding you back from that once in a lifetime trip, or you wish to try a new destination, take a look at our programme as we're sure that you will find something to suit you.

Our hosts include Charles Jardine, David Grove, Mark Bowler, Tony Fox, John Olav Oldren, Colin Macleod and Bernie Maher.

Norway - Namsen
 25th Aug - 1st Sept 2024

The Namsentunet beats consist of 28 pools over 15km of double-banked water, split into four rotations. The beats have been the same family for nearly 600 years.  Like most rivers in Central Norway, the Namsen is known for big salmon. Guests will fish the Upper Namsen and Sanddøla.

Swedish Lapland - Muonio River
10th - 18th August 2024

Rajamaa is a paradise for fishermen. A forest without end, countless lakes, mile after mile of winding streams and impressive rivers. All with clean water, supporting strong, wild fish. 

New Brunswick - Miramichi
15th - 22nd September 2024

The Miramichi's fame rests on its unmatched ability to produce Atlantic salmon. Some 100,000 make their way up the river every summer and autumn, and the river produces nearly 50% of the annual total catch of Atlantic salmon in North America

British Columbia - Harrison River
19th - 26th October 2024

The Harrison River provides an incredible salmon fishing experience. It is the single largest salmon producing river in Canada, with all 5 species entering its clean flowing waters to spawn. It is easily accessible by jet boat and offers mile after mile of productive water with easy wading for the adventurous angler. 

Mexico - Ascension Bay
14th-22nd March 2025

Using the best local guides and Panga-style boats, fish the flats and lagoons of Ascension Bay. Ascension Bay is amongst the best permit fisheries in the world, with bonefish and tarpon also plentiful. Boats will collect you each morning outside the lodge, and on returning in the afternoon a cocktail will await you.

Cuba - Cayo Cruz / Romano
 22nd - 30th November 2024

Cayo Cruz / Romano has been building a record book of impressive catches of the main 3 flats species, as well as offering a huge variety of inshore fish to pursue. The fishing grounds of endless cays, sand flats, lagoons, channels and beaches cover over 1,350 square miles, a vast archipelago on the north of the island. 

Los Roques
18th - 25th January 2025

120km north of Caracas, Los Roques is the largest marine park in the Caribbean Sea. It is considered one of the best bonefishing destinations in the world, with tarpon, permit, triggerfish, jacks, barracuda and snook also present. 90% of the fishing is done by wading. Due to its location the tides, air and water temperatures vary little, providing consistently excellent fishing conditions. 

Mexico - Baja Bay
20th - 27th April 2025

The idyllic village of La Ventana is located in the municipality of La Paz in the state of Baja, Mexico. It is on the eastern side of the Sea of Cortez, which offers some of the best saltwater fishing opportunities in the world.

The most desired fish in these waters is the roosterfish. It is common to have multiple opportunities in a day to sight fish for medium to large sized roosterfish. 

Cuba - Cayo Paredon
16th - 24th May 2025

 Paredon is a tiny island of only 8.7 square kilometres located in the middle of Gardens of the King Archipelago. The ahird bottomed flats bordering deep blue channels allow for great wading oppourtunities. Bonefish are numerous and big and there is a good population of permit which cruise the same flats as well as the slightly deeper water. 

Cape Verde - Sao Vicente
20th - 27th  April 2025

The Cape Verde Archipelago is composed of ten islands located 370 miles off the coast of west Africa. It is widely recognised as the blue marlin capital of the world, with impressive numbers of a good average size. You will be fishing on Sambo with an experienced crew based in Sao Vicente. Fishing days are around 10 hours, through when the bite is good you can stay out longer.

Slovenia - Soca
12th - 17th May 2025

The The Soca river and its tributaries have been hailed as one of the most beautiful river systems in the world. These glacial fed rivers provide such clarity, abundance of food and diverse range of species, making them one of the best trout fishing locations in Europe and possibly the world. The fishing will take place over 4 days, with guides headed by Rok Lustrik. You can expect excellent food at hotel Hvala.

Mexico - Ascension Bay
13th - 21st June 2025

The week is focused on fishing for the large migratory tarpon that are present in Ascension Bay at this time of year. You can expect to encounter specimens of 100lbs+. Whilst landing them is not always straightforward, it is likely you will get good numbers of shots over the course of the week.

Bahamas - Crooked Island
22nd - 30th November 2024


The Go Fishing Worldwide Flats Fishing School has been one of our most popular trips in recent years. The main target species is bonefish, however there will also be the opportunity to target permit, tarpon, jacks, barracuda and mutton snapper. 

Bahamas - Mayaguana 
1st - 9th December 2024


Experienced anglers looking for a new adventure will find it here, exploring a wilderness environment in search of un-pressured, large bonefish. 

The island of Mayaguana is the most southeasterly island of the Bahamas. It has has maintained much of its quaintness with a very quiet and laid back atmosphere. 



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