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Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina

This area in Northern Patagonia is centered around many of the famed rivers and watersheds of the region. Fly fishing Patagonia Argentina is some of the finest in the world. The steady hatches of mayflies, caddis, and various stoneflies feed high populations of brown and rainbow trout.

  • The most prolific dry fly fishing occurs from December to late February and again from Mid March to the end of April.
  • You can choose to stay at one of the gorgeous Estancias with 5 star lodging and miles of private water access or choose to do an overnight float trip on one of the rivers.
  • Float fishing is done from low profile fiberglass drift boats for fly fishing comfort
  • Enjoy authentic Argentine cuisine
  • Knowledgeable and experienced guides
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The outfitter we use in San Martin de los Andes region of Argentina has been guiding and outfitting fly fishing trips in Northern Patagonia-Argentina for over 20 years. He offers our clients an array of customizable itineraries to fit any fly fishers individual needs. The many famous rivers and watersheds of the region have made fly fishing Patagonia Argentina known by anglers around the globe.

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Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina is World Renowned.

The quant town of San Martin, Argentina boasts diverse fly fishing opportunities, accommodations and experiences. You can choose to stay at one of the gorgeous Estancias with 5-star lodging and miles of private water access. Or choose to do an overnight float trip on one of the rivers, the choice is all yours.

The itineraries are set based on your needs and fishing style. The logistics of your trip will be planned to shorten travel times while maximizing your time spent on the water. The rivers range from small mountain streams, spring creeks, and beautiful freestones, to a large tail water and rivers in the high steppe country.

Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina

The steady hatches of mayflies, caddis, and various stoneflies play a role on all of the river systems.

  • The weather in Northern Patagonia is fairly stable and consistent which produces prolific hatches throughout the season.
  • The most prolific dry fly fishing occurs from December to late February and again from Mid March to the end of April when the nights start to become cooler.
  • On many of the rivers you will experience fishing to abundant numbers of brown and rainbow trout in the 15-20 inch range.
  • Some rivers have large trout populations with varying size and some are lower trout populations with average size is over 20 inches in length.

Many lodging options are available when fly fishing Patagonia Argentina with this outfitter.

Regardless of where you stay, each lodge offers comfortable double occupancy rooms with private bathroom, gourmet meals, and welcoming Argentine hospitality. The San Martin area offers multiple hotels in varying price ranges so it will depend on what your budget is and what hotel you choose – you will often have at least one night in San Martin during your trip.

You will dine on authentic Argentine cuisine, local wines, local beers, appetizers and desserts with dinner. The food in Argentina is a large part of the experience. You’ll be impressed with the different local dishes. Grass fed beef and lamb, cured meats and delicious cheeses are a staple in Argentina.

Overnight Float Fishing Trips

Wilderness adventures offering unparalleled experiences in a comfortable tent camp under the Patagonian stars!

For anglers looking to maximize time on the water, fish remote waters, and want an adventure these overnight trips are just the answer. Your camp staff will go ahead in gear boats and prepare gourmet dinners.

When you are done fishing for the day all you have to do is relax, have an appetizer and refreshment while enjoying the scenery. There is something special about waking up on the side of a trout filled river!

San Martin de los Andes Argentina
The San Martin de los Andes Region of Argentina

Caleufu River

This is a great option for the more adventurous angler and is offered from December to the middle of January. The Caleufu River starts from a series of mountain glacier lakes and runs through an incredible canyon.

This breathtaking river provides an unforgettable 3 day, 2 night float. The Caleufu holds good populations of both browns and rainbows. Day two becomes more productive with larger fish being caught that measure over 20 inches.

Alumine River

This freestone is a 3 day, 2 night float down a canyon with columnar basalt cliffs, eddies and rocky runs. Best fished from December through early February and again from late March through April.

We also offer a 2 day, 1 night float on the Alumine River.

Lower Chimehuin

The lower Chimehuin can be floated for 2 days with 1 night camping. One of our most popular overnights and good throughout the season. Offering anglers the ability to fish to trout using all techniques.

Lower Limay River

Overnight camps are a good option for floating the lowest sections of the river. A great way to save drive time for those anglers that like to stay out on the water.

If Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina is of interest to you, contact us today for more details.

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1 review for Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina

  1. Patrick Kissel

    On these trips all flies are included which is awesome because it can be difficult to bring every fly you need and this eliminates the stress of trying to go to your local shop and picking out a few hundred dollars of new flies to bring. They also have guide rods available for use and waders too. By all means if you have your own gear bring it, and if you have flies you want to try bring them but it is not necessary.

    I was treated like a king this entire trip and I am excited to come back with a group and show them what fishing these rivers is all about!

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