In a far-flung corner of Patagonian wilderness, Faraway Fly Fishing offers a completely new fishing program that is the result of many years of scouting this vast region in search of the next world-class destination. The program combines the comfort of a full service lodge with trophy rainbow trout fishing in miles of private streams and lakes – all set in one of Patagonia’s last truly untouched areas.
Located near the charming hamlet of Alumine in the far northwestern reaches of Patagonia, Northern Patagonia Fishing Club offers discriminating fishermen an exceptionally unique and authentic Patagonian fishing experience. Situated in a sparsely populated and pristine valley reminiscent of New Mexico or southern Colorado as they were 50 years ago, it is ideally situated in the lap of one of Patagonia's least fished and explored areas. Scores of crystalline trout rivers, spring creeks and lakes collaborate to ensure that anglers have incredible fishing not soon forgotten.
Situated in the heart of awe-inspiring wilderness near the foot of Mt. Tronador, Rio Manso Lodges offers superb fishing yet is only a 90 minute drive from the bustling tourist haven of Bariloche and Patagonia's most frequented airport.
Carrileufu Valley Lodge is based near the small town of Cholila, surrounded by what is arguably the most stunning scenery in all of Patagonia. It is quite fittingly where Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and Etta Place, the most notorious ménage á trois in American history, chose to homestead in their epic run from the law. Much of the region still retains the frontier feeling sought by these outlaws over 100 years ago.
Commonly known as the “Lake District” of Patagonia, this region sits within the expansive Nahuel Huapi National Park, and boasts some of the largest trout on earth. Not only known for its fishing, the spectacular park covers some 1.75 million acres and draws tourists from all over the world. This is understandable considering the spectacular scenery – a sublime mixture of glacier-capped volcanoes, turquoise lakes, emerald rivers, monolithic rock formations, verdant rainforests and austere steppe – though that’s not the only appeal of this region.
When anglers envision the quintessential Patagonia fishing experience, virgin wilderness, uncrowded water, and large, eager trout generally come to mind. One of the best kept secrets left in Patagonia is the Rio Pico region, one of the few places that actually live up to this reputation.
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