Welcome to InterAngle LLC
Our Commitment is to lead you to
the best fishing available worldwide. We
are a unique full-service international outdoor travel agency that
networks virtually all existing travel agents, outfitters, lodges
and guides to give you a concise, unbiased perspective. Whether
you are a fly, spin or casting angler interested in anything from
peacock bass fishing in the Amazon to a tigerfish adventure in Zambia,
we cross-examine all the different options and choose particular
angling resources that best suit your personal criteria. Think
of us as sort of a "buyer’s broker" for anglers looking for a specific
international angling adventure. Let us help direct you,
assuring that your trip-of-a-lifetime becomes a reality!
LLC specializes in exotic international angling adventures targeting
such species as peacock bass, payara, freshwater dorado, tigerfish,
taimen, trout, char, northern pike, Atlantic and Pacific salmon, lake
trout, flats, inshore and offshore species..."
To help you choose a specific outfitter, lodge or guide, we carefully measure the following considerations:
Angling Times – We Tell it Like it is . . .
Virtually all destinations have a peak angling period. Knowing
the pertinent seasonal idiosyncrasies of any location is an
essential part of planning a successful fishing trip. We will
tell you the best times to fish a particular destination, and
warn you of any ‘off’ fishing periods. InterAngler LLC considers
every detail from moon phase to seasonal weather patterns.
Physical Conditions of Each Fishery
. . .
If you are interested in clear water sight fishing for tarpon,
we won’t send you to Costa Rica where fish are often found holding
in sixty feet of murky water.
Size vs. Sheer Numbers . . . Is
individual fish size more important than sheer numbers or vice
versa? Each river in the Amazon system has it’s own idiosyncracies
tailor made for a certain kind of angler. Some rivers have great
trophy potential, but low numbers of fish. Other rivers have
great numbers, but poor trophy potential. Certain rivers are
better for fly casters, while others are spin/casting rivers
only. It’s important to know where and what you’re fishing before
you get there...
Species . . . Are you
interested only in one species, or do you want the option of
catching many different types of fish? If you want to go to
Alaska to catch only silver salmon, we will recommend several
coastal ‘fixed camp’ operations. If you want to catch the gamut
of Alaskan species, a fly-out lodge or a ‘sky trekking’ trip
will offer the widest range of choices.
& Budget Considerations . . . Usually
there are many different accommodation choices for a single
destination. Do you want a full-service lodge, or do you want
to budget by employing a private, daily-rate guide? We will
make sure to show you all the options (not just the most expensive),
and let you decide which is best.
Unparalleled Pre-Trip Information,
Attention to Detail & Someone Knowledgeable to Talk With . . .
Once you settle on a particular location,
InterAngler LLC goes on to provide invaluable assistance regarding
all pre-trip particulars. We will make sure that you arrive with
all the right equipment from fishing tackle to clothing. Being equally
well versed in fly and conventional angling techniques, we can fill
you in on the most technical pre-trip details. When you call InterAngler
LLC you will talk to a knowledgeable fishermen who knows that a
spoon is not necessarily an eating utensil, and that a Grizzly Wulff
is not the villain in Little Red Riding Hood.
If you are looking for all
the facts from a fresh, unbiased perspective, call us at (888) 347-4329
or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions for the Garrett's Red Baron/Amazon Annie Peacock Bass