Giant trevally, known as GTs, are one of the most sought-after saltwater fly fishing targets. They are powerful, fast-swimming fish known for their hard, powerful runs. They are found in tropical waters around the world, including the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, and the Red Sea.

Some popular locations for fly fishing for giant trevally include:

  • Christmas Island: located in the Indian Ocean, Christmas Island is known for its large population of giant trevally and other species such as bonefish and milkfish.

  • Seychelles: the Seychelles islands in the Indian Ocean are another popular destination for giant trevally fly fishing, as well as other species such as bonefish, triggerfish, and milkfish.

  • Palau: located in the Pacific Ocean, Palau is known for its large population of giant trevally, as well as other species such as tuna, wahoo, and mahi-mahi.

  • Maldives: Maldives, located in the Indian Ocean, is known for its GTs, Dogtooth tuna, and wahoo

To fly fish for giant trevally, anglers typically use heavy saltwater fly rods and reels, with a fast action and a strong backbone, to handle the power of the fish. They also use heavy, durable fly lines and leaders and large, heavy flies that mimic the fish's natural prey. It is essential to hire a local guide who is experienced in catching giant trevally, as they can provide valuable knowledge on the best areas to fish, tides, and conditions.