When you go to Argentina golden dorado fishing, you’re in for a treat! On this trip you’ll be fishing new water every day from a world-class, fully upgraded live-aboard, adapted to the modern angler looking to find comfort, while accessing the most exclusive and off the beaten paths of other boats and anglers.
This amazing Argentina Golden Dorado Fishing Program features all the ingredients to make a Trip of a Lifetime.
You and your guide will spend your days working different locations and various runs, lagoons, side channels, etc. The targets are hard fighting golden Dorado, as well as other fantastic game fish in the huge upper delta of the Paraná River system. In our opinion, this is among the best freshwater fishing destinations in the world.
Don’t worry about the Travel. Even though it’s remote, the travel is easy.
Another important characteristic of our program is the short distance from Buenos Aires City and Rosario City. If you are in Rosario, you can get to the Marina in 45 minutes. And, if you are coming from Buenos Aires, the Marina is only 2.5 hours away!
Argentina Golden Dorado Fishing
The ONLY Mothership Program in all of Argentina.
A unique golden dorado fly fishing excursion, where you’ll be fly fishing from a luxury, mobile “Mother Ship” instead of a fixed lodge. This means you can get to places that no other anglers are able to. Well presented flies and casts of 30-50 feet will have you in the fierce action all day. Welcome to the Golden Dorado River Cruiser, the one and only mother ship fishing program in all Argentina.
Mobility is Key to Amazing Fishing
- The Mothership allows you to be nimble. Move with the fish to the most remote, unpressured waters.
- The “lodge” is a comfortable, two engine River Cruiser with 4 double bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom and air conditioning.
- Amenities include a telephone, flat screen TV with movies and television service, and even Internet!
- Meals are chef-prepared and matched with local Argentina wine, personally selected by the owners.
- Move to a new location every day to experience all that the mighty Paraná River has to offer.
You’ll be targeting Golden Dorado on the Paraná River in Argentina
Flowing from its source in southern Brazil into Argentina, the Paraná River is the second largest river system in South America, after the Amazon. The Parana River Delta is one of the largest in the world with hundreds of tributaries, marshlands, lagoons and side channels. It is full of fantastic flora and fauna, making this Argentina golden dorado fishing trip one of the most exciting adventures in South America.
Fishing is done from brand new boats, specially designed for fly fishing.
The boats are equipped with two casting platforms that allows two anglers to comfortably cast at the same time. They also have trolling motors that are run by the guide.
What makes the Argentina Golden Dorado fishing on the Paraná River so great is the large migratory runs of baitfish.
Golden Dorado are voracious feeders and are always on the move, hunting baitfish. Sábalo, pejerrey and sardines which are the main food source for the Golden Dorado.
If you are an experienced angler you can expect to catch 10-15 dorado per day with chances at more. Fish are in the 3-7 pound range with fish up to and exceeding 10 pound an everyday occurrence. Remember, golden dorado have incredibly hard mouth and a solid hook set is required to keep them pinned.
Other fish species on the Paraná River system are:
- Pira Pita
- Tararira (Wolf Fish)
- Surubi (large catfish)
- Chafalote (Parana Payara)
If you like throwing streamers and big flies to aggressive fish this Argentina golden dorado fishing trip is a must!
Their aggressive nature and acrobatic displays mixed with their one of a kind golden color lists it as one of the top freshwater game fish to pursue! Combine the fishing with world class lodging and you have a must do angling adventure!
Do you have an adventurous soul, but enjoy some luxury?
If the answer is yes, this Argentina Golden Dorado fishing trip is for you! Contact us today to book or for more details.
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