Sportfishing Worldwide literally covers the globe in terms of the fishing destinations it offers, including Alaska, the Amazon, the American West, Argentina, the Bahamas, Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, Chile, Christmas Island, Europe, Florida, Guatemala, Iceland, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, Russia, the Seychelles and Venezuela.
For example, if you are looking for world-class tarpon fishing and flats fishing for snook, redfish and sea trout, then the company's Florida trip is what you should check out. Anglers can test their skills against fish such as pompano, permit, shark, ladyfish, jacks, tuna, dorado, grouper and more.
The Gulf Coast lodge is located on a secluded canal on Lake Tarpon, a short drive from Tampa, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg. This lake is considered one of Florida's best-known trophy lakes for largemouth bBass.
Cost for this trip: two days' fishing, three nights for $615; three days' fishing, four nights for $890; and four days' fishing, five nights for $1,165.
The rates include accommodations in a two-bedroom suite, a country breakfast each morning, fishing license, use of fly-fishing and spinning equipment, all taxes, guided fishing on a 24-foot flats boat, and Sportfishing Worldwide pre-trip information containing detailed packing and tackle lists, travel info and helpful hints. Rates do not include: any airfare to/from Florida, meals other than a daily breakfast, transportation from airport, rental car, gratuities to guides/staff, alcohol and personal expenses.
Other fishing trips cost $4,250 for a six-day Chile excursion; $4,295 for a seven-day wilderness safari to Alaska; $4,950 to $7,850 (depending on season) for a six-day Atlantic salmon package in Russia; and $1,325 for a two-day, three-night bonefishing jaunt in the Bahamas.
XFor more information contact SFWW at (800) 638-7405 or check out their Web site at

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