Trout Fishing in Patagonia – New San Martin & Bariloche Programs

Nicolas TrochineArgentina, Brook trout, brown trout, Deals, Patagonia, rainbow trout, Trout

Experience the Best of Northern Patagonia Trout Fishing As the fishing begins to wind down in the Northern Hemisphere, here in Patagonia we are getting ready to start our upcoming season! Whether you are interested in fishing on the best Northern Patagonia waters or rafting, trekking and riding horses through this beautiful and inspiring landscape, let us plan your next …

Kooi Noom trip report by Ben Etridge

Nicolas TrochineArgentina, Patagonia, rainbow trout, Trout

Kooi Noom Trip Report by Ben Etridge WEEK: 29/11/14 – 06/12/14   Thoughts and Recollections Kooi Noom fully lived up to expectations. The fishing was challenging and technical but also extremely rewarding. The weather was both tough toward the fisherman with high winds but also we received a calm break midway through the week which enabled us to explore more …

Brown trout

Limay Medio Hogs!

BarrettArgentina, brown trout, Patagonia

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 time in. Check it out.

Lake Fonk, remembering old memories.

Nicolas TrochineArgentina, brown trout, Fly fishing, rainbow trout, Trout

Many years passed since we started fishing around Bariloche. We were 14 years old when a very good friend and a guide at that moment, took us fishing to an incredible place called the Lake Fonk. Our friend, Nico Murua, was born in Buenos Aires and after finishing university he thought about moving to Bariloche. Resisting to the idea of …

Bolivian Pacu

Nicolas Trochine

After a very hard journey hiking up river, Nico was ready to set base for sleeping, but suddenly he noticed that a school of Pacues was feeding out of fruits right next to the shore. Only one cast was enough to get their attention! What an experience watching one of those Pacues going after a flower imitation and what a …