This Patagonia-Chile fly fishing luxury camp offers unspoiled access to the 40 plus mile section of the Rio Blanco and its spring creeks. The Rio Blanco is not fished during the main summer months, as this river is largely glacial fed and turns white with glacial silt from run off. The warm air melts the glacier causing high water and a poor water clarity.
This section of the Rio Blanco is very under fished and few have had the luxury of experiencing the incredible fishing. The river offers endless holding water for large trout. The Rio Blanco is primarily a brown trout fishery with fish averaging 18”-22” but also harbors some good-sized rainbow trout. This river is inaccessible to most due to the dangerous rapids above and below the Base Camp. Our outfitter has exclusive access to this fishery.Get More Information About This Trip
Guests stay in double occupancy elevated weather port style tents. They are outfitted with a door and covered porch area for hanging waders and gear. There is a bathhouse with flush toilets and hot running water so guests are able to shower after a day on the water. Electricity is offered via generator and each tent has a space heater should you need it.
The camp has a chef on hand that prepares breakfasts, lunches, appetizers and dinners. Local wine is served with each dinner and refreshments are sent along with the day’s lunch. You will be impressed at how well local dishes are prepared and served while in this remote setting.
For pricing or more information about this Patagonia-Chile Fly Fishing Luxury Camp, contact us today.
Ask About Hunt #OI-MW2
Evan Barrickman –
Where do I begin? This was a trip of a lifetime. Phenomenal accommodations at the lodge, great people and excellent fishing. The Blanco camp, which was only accessible by horseback and then a boat ride was out of this world. The fishing was the best I have ever seen and the camp was far more luxurious than one would imagine at such a remote location. 13/10 would recommend.
Gregory Schneider –
Fishing was amazing since we were the only people on the entire section of river. I loved my first trip to Chile and I know I will be back again!
Patrick Kissel –
This is undoubtedly one of the last truly remote fisheries and I am lucky to have been able to fish here and to be able to offer and share this trip with you.
Ryan Ersland –
This was my first trip to South America and it totally surpassed my expectations. Huge brown trout and rainbows. I definitely plan on doing this trip again in the future.