Christmas Island

Christmas Island Outfitters at Sunset Horizon Lodge with 
Paul Samycia
 
November 26 - December 3, 2019   FULL !!!!

GT Christmas Island

The fact that virtually every fly angler in North America has heard of Christmas Island is far from coincidence. Amidst the vast inventory of the world’s saltwater destinations, Christmas Island is a unique and natural masterpiece that magically combines all the elements critical to fly fishing success. Endless hard sand flats, remarkable numbers of cruising bonefish and trevally, and consistent year-round weather await all who visit this unique atoll. Guides at Christmas Island Outfitters have been handpicked for their overall level of experience and skill, calmness under pressure, and instructional abilities. Each day anglers will depart via truck or catamaran for the day’s fishing. Virtually all fishing entails sight casting to visible fish while wading in shallow water.
"Christmas Island is a strange and wondrous saltwater seascape that seems to have been infinitely blessed by the fishing gods. It is a vast Matrix-like network of endless hard sand flats, lagoons, channels and reefs spread out across the Earth’s largest raised coral atoll. The main lagoon harbors the world’s most expansive system of productive shallow water flats. Bonefish, trevally, trigger fish, sharks, snappers, puffers and milk fish patrol more than 100 named flats perfectly designed for wading fly anglers. Christmas Island is a veritable wonderland for the saltwater fly angler and Christmas Island Outfitters is there to make your dreams come true."

Links to more information on the trip:

Christmas Island Web Page:  http://flywatertravel.com/destination/ChristmasIslandOutfitters

The Ultimate Atoll by Dylan Rose: https://issuu.com/flywatertravel/docs/2015ultatollexpanded.f?e=7909021/13486597 
 


Rate: $2,570.00 per person based on double occupancy
Note: Private rooms and guides are available for an additional charge
Included: Accommodations, meals, guide fees, Christmas Island ground transfers, flats transportation.

Not Included: Airfare to and from Christmas Island, alcoholic beverages, visa fees, travel insurance, gratuities ($20-$40 per guide per day and $120 per angler/per week for lodge staff and transport), laundry services, fishing licenses ($50 per week), departure taxes.
 


To Join the trip click on the link below:
https://reservations.flywatertravel.com/reserve/res16108-paul-samycia-christmas

or
Contact Fly Water Travel or Paul Samycia to answer any questions you may have.

Fly Water Travel: 800.552.2729
andy@flywatertravel.com
 
Paul Samycia: 877.423.7239
paul@elkriver.ca
 

2019 Itinerary

Monday / November 25
You will need to arrive in Honolulu on Monday or before and overnight at your elected hotel (accommodations are independently arranged and not included).

Tuesday / November 26
Depart Honolulu / Arrive Christmas Island: Outside of customs you will be met by head guide Bita (Peter) Kairoi (head guide). Bita will help you load your gear into the lodges transport truck(s), then you will drive 30 minutes to the lodge. Once there you will receive a brief introduction from Bita and/or Kata (the lodge manager), check into your room and prepare tackle for fishing the next day.

Wednesday to Monday / November 27 – December 2:
Six full days of fishing on Christmas Island.
Each day you’ll depart via truck or catamaran for the day’s fishing, and spend time exploring the endless hard sand flats and pristine atolls that surround the island of Kiribati. Virtually all fly fishing entails sight casting to visible fish while wading in shallow water.

The typical daily schedule at Christmas Island Outfitters:
6:00AM: Wake
6:30AM: Breakfast
7:00AM: Depart for flats
8:00AM – 4:30PM: Fishing
5:30PM: Back at the lodge
7:00PM: Dinner

Please keep in mind that your daily schedule will vary in accordance with tide conditions and your fishing desires.

Tuesday / December 3:
Depart Christmas Island / Arrive Honolulu.
 

Christmas Island Bone Fish

Call The shop for more details!  Or Check the liks above as there is some great information on the trip and the fishing.