- August 18, 2015
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Located in the center of the fishing area of Los Alerces National Park, Patagonia, Argentina, Esquel is a fisherman’s paradise, since it offers the opportunity to fish in a protected area, exclusive meters from their huts and accompanied by experienced guides bilingual.
Most rivers and lakes are unique for fly-fishing and catch and release: they are home to rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout and landlocked salmon. Almost all fishing destinations are within an hour’s travel, whether by car, boat or boat.
A typical fishing day begins after breakfast, when the guide tell you about the particular conditions of the day fishing (IUU fishing, wading, etc.). Then, at noon, the group will share a wonderful picnic lunch. And after a day of fishing, back at the lodge, a selection of drinks and snacks anticipate dinner.