Free Fly Rod Offer

Special Limited Offer From Reel Destinations…

Want to receive a Free Premium Fly Rod?

Just sign-up yourself and three fishing buddies for a Reel Destinations trip to Aniak River Lodge, Turneffe Flats, or Igloo Lake Lodge and the fly rod is all yours.  Absolutely free (even includes shipping).

The rod:
– Your choice of a Temple Forks Outfitters (TFO) Mangrove, BVK, or Axiom, fly rod.                                                                    – All models are 4-piece rods perfect for the traveling angler.
– Line weight: your choice!  Pick the weight for what you pursue: trout, bass, steelhead, salmon, saltwater…

This special limited offer also includes:
– Lifetime warranty    – Rod sock
– Rod tube                  – Free shipping

Total value of up to : $340.00. Your fly rod is shipped immediately upon final payment in full for an Aniak River Lodge, Turneffe Flats, or Igloo Lake Lodge fishing trip. (See descriptions of these ultimate angling adventures below as well as on our Destination pages)


Aniak River Lodge – Located in Southwest Alaska, Aniak River Lodge offers a teaming population of 11 different game fish.  Simply the best freshwater fishing on the planet.  Period.  The proof: Reel Destinations has hosted trips to Aniak River Lodge since 2006, and 97% of our anglers have returned. Visit our North American section for more information and rates on Aniak River Lodge.  Also visit for additional photos of this magnificent fishery.

Turneffe Flats 30 miles off the shore of Belize, Turneffe Flats is the ultimate lodge for the saltwater fly angler in pursuit of bonefish, permit and tarpon.  Visit our South/Central American Destinations page for more information and rates.  Visit to view additional pics of this unparalleled saltwater angler’s paradise.

Igloo Lake Lodge – Four to five pound brook trout are standard at this remote fly-in Labrador fishing haven.  A wonderful lodge in a beautiful wilderness setting.  The world’s largest brook trout with nice northern pike for additional angling adventure!  For more information, visit our North American Destinations page or