Fly Fishing

Here we’d like to explain how we operate our unique fishing program at Patagonia Fly Fishing.

Fly Fishing

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Here we’d like to explain how we operate our unique fishing program at Patagonia Fly Fishing.

Once you step off the plane in Buenos Aires, you’ll be at the ranch in about 130 minutes, which is located on the banks of the world-famous Grande River. The typical guest stay is 6 days/ 6 nights, though some guests choose to stay longer than a week. You’ll unpack your bags one time, then settle in to enjoy our beautiful ranch setting and casually elegant guest lodge.

From a trout fishing standpoint, it’s difficult to imagine a more ideal location for offering an amazing and diverse fishing experience. You’ll have the opportunity to fish up to 6 rivers during your stay (depending on the river conditions and weather), all of which are easily accessible from our ranch. Then you’ll return to the Ranch at the end of each day. Furthermore, whatever the conditions, we have the flexibility and experience to put our guests on the waters that are fishing best during your visit.

FLY FISHING

The places and itineraries offered by Fly Fishing are equivalent to 40% of all the water mirrors and courses situated in the region of the Patagonian mountain range. Every fishing program takes place in wild beauty areas of unspoiled nature, where we can have the most exciting rainbow, brown and brooks fishing

The diversity that offers the Esquel, National Park and Rio Pico is one of the main reasons why anglers decide to come and fish with us. There are spring creeks, private waters, small and big rivers, still waters and lakes in a spectacular setting. Fishing with dry flies, wet flies, streamers or nymphs to catch wild rainbows, browns, brookies or salmon introduced in our country in the beginning of last century.

Depending on our guests preferences we organize different kind of programs, like for instance just rivers, or just lakes, or a combination between them. The fishing system will be fly fishing, barbless hook and “catch-and-release” in all the water mirrors and courses of the National Park and its surroundings. In this way we not only protect the natural environment in which we are settled, but we also foment the existance of trout for the coming years.

FISHING AREAS
LOS ALERCES
NATIONAL PARK
ESQUEL
REGION
RÍO PICO &
CORCOVADO AREA

CATCH AND RELEASE
The places and itineraries offered by Fly Fishing are equivalent to 40% of all the water mirrors and courses situated in the region of the Patagonian mountain range. Every fishing program takes place in wild beauty areas of unspoiled nature, where we can have the most exciting rainbow, brown and brooks fishing

The diversity that offers the Esquel, National Park and Rio Pico is one of the main reasons why anglers decide to come and fish with us. There are spring creeks, private waters, small and big rivers, still waters and lakes in a spectacular setting. Fishing with dry flies, wet flies, streamers or nymphs to catch wild rainbows, browns, brookies or salmon introduced in our country in the beginning of last century.
Depending on our guests preferences we organize different kind of programs, like for instance just rivers, or just lakes, or a combination between them. The fishing system will be fly fishing, barbless hook and “catch-and-release” in all the water mirrors and courses of the National Park and its surroundings. In this way we not only protect the natural environment in which we are settled, but we also foment the existance of trout for the coming years.

WE COUNT WITH A HIGHLY EXPERIENCED
STAFF OF BILINGUAL FLYFISHING GUIDES.

They are all authorized by the Chubut province and National Parks, with a great knowledge of our waters, and who will try their best to make your fly fishing days in Patagonia unforgettable. An Fly Fishing guide will come with every two anglers. Each guide counts with a proffesional fishing tackle, rafts, oars and everything necessary for the fishing journey.

Fishing journeys start at 8 AM normally and end around 8 PM, depending on the month, as daylight varies a lot during the 6 months fishing season. Depends on the angler likes and preferences regarding the chosen fishing itineraries. We suggest 7 fishing days for Esquel and National Park area, and 5 for Rio Pico, or viceversa. Whichever the fishing destiny is, we will organize a specific itinerary for each angler, taking into consideration his likes, preferences and the fishing results in each place depending on your trip date

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FISHING TACKLE AND EQUIPMENT

Rods: #4 or #5 recomended for non windy days, and #6 or #7 for windy days. Lines: Sinking, Shooting Head and Floating.
Flies: streamers (size 4-6-8 and 10): Zonkers, Wooly buggers, Matukas y Marabou muddlers, in white, brown, black, green, olive, red and yellow.
Nymphs: Prince, Pheasant tail, Hare ear, damsell nymphs and dragonfly and attactors in size 10 to 16, and those really effective perdigons. Dont forget caddis pupa, and a variety of midges in # 20 and # 22.
Dries: caddis adults, Addams, Humphyrs, Wullfs, in similar sizes than nymphs. Also a selection of hoppers, dragons, damsels, beetle and ants.
Leaders: 3X, 4X, 5X, 9 to 12 feet long.
Tippets: 0X, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, 6X. Strike indicato

We suggest bringing light clothes to use under the wader and light polar clothes (wind stopper),waders and wading boots, polarized glasses, cap, Goro-tex rain jacket (weather is unsettled) and sun screen cream

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For reservations or information please call or write to:…

  • Address: Esquel, Chubut, Argentina
  • Phone: +54 02945-15-525777
  • Email: info@flyfishing.com.ar