Here are a few recent photos from our good friend and consummate guide, Tommy Sordelli of San Martin, who consistently slays huge browns on the Limay Medio. And often with dries! The Limay is definitely one of the premier trophy brown trout (these fish aren’t sea-run) destinations on earth for those willing to put the [...]
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We have been chasing migratory browns and rainbows the whole season but for sure this last couple of weeks have been the best! Fish over 10 pounds are caught daily on the Limay, if you are a good speycaster, then this is the river you should be fishing by the end of the season. Please [...]
I have fished the Limay since child, it´s a challenging river, but the rewards are great. I will never forget my first time fishing it, 14 years old, I was with my brother and a friend in Rincon Chico (first section of the Limay) . While driving along the river we saw a guy landing [...]
Pelado delivers yet another monstrous Limay brown. Felicitaciones man! The hat isn’t too bad either….
The endless fish porn produced by Rodrigo Amadeo on the Limay near Bariloche never ceases to impress. Good to see that the fish are healthy and unaffected by the volcanic ash. Well done Pelado!
Almost five weeks passed after the beginning of the season and besides the volcano eruption fishing conditions are great, lakes and rivers remain with high and clear water. It seems that rainbows are already returned from the spawning and getting stronger and silver again. On the other hand, migratory brown are fat, silver and already [...]
We have been recently fishing the Limay river starting on Limay river mouth floating down to Villa Llanquin area and we had great success all the way. We have great offers for this season on daily trips or packages in the Lake district area. Please contact us if you have any questions! Enjoy the pics!
Our good guide friend in Bariloche, Rodrigo Amadeo, sent us these encouraging photos of a couple superb brown trout from the Limay river. Judging by their very healthy condition, they certainly don’t seem to be negatively impacted from the ash deposits. Rodrigo points out that the only noticeable changes in the fish are in their [...]
Posted in Uncategorized on Jun 6th, 2011
Saturday 4th of June afternoon a pyroclastic cloud arrived to Bariloche city, turning the day into night, the cloud was over 10 Km high covering the hole area with ash, volcanic sand and even small pumice rocks. The event was caused by the eruption of the Puyehue Volcano, located in Chile, just 100 Km away [...]