Wildlife Conservation Through Fly Fishing
The Faro Fly Fishing product is now adding incredible value to the area by helping to ensure sustainable and well managed fly fishing is able to contribute significant funds towards conservation and anti-poaching strategies in the area and build towards the longterm goal to facilitate and coordinate a unified and all-encompassing Faro River Basin conservation plan.
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Wildlife Conservation Through

Fly Fishing

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“We have been searching for a suitable Nile perch fly fishing fishery for almost a decade. In Jan 2018 we lead the first of two exploratory trips to what we consider are one of the last remaining, ecologically intact, West African savannah habitats – and through which the Faro River flows. The discovery and subsequent collaborations that we have established with key concession owner, Xavier Vannier, encompassing a geographically special 120km section of Faro River, bordering the Faro National Park, allows us to offer a world class and unique fly fishing product to adventurous anglers. The combination of pristine riverine and terrestrial ecosystems makes this area one of the last relatively untransformed representations of Sahelo-Sudanian ecosystems left on the planet.”,
– TOURETTE FISHING
The Faro Fly Fishing product is now adding incredible value to the area by helping to ensure sustainable and well managed fly fishing is able to contribute significant funds towards conservation and anti-poaching strategies in the area and build towards the longterm goal to facilitate and coordinate a unified and all-encompassing Faro River Basin conservation plan.
The revitalization of the Cameroonian-registered NGO, the Faro Conservation Association (AFC), starting in 2019 is one of the first steps to achieving this goal. All fly fishing guests to the area can be assured that they are contributing valuable resources to allow us and our partners to protect one of the last remaining West African Savannah habitats and the fauna & flora it is home to. Funds from fly fishing tourists are dedicated to the private conservation efforts such as the Faro Conservation Association and private anti-poaching teams employed throughout the year, as well as various government departments responsible for the longterm protection of this area.