Wednesday, December 3, 2014

DIY Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina: DIY Float Programs

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The Patagonia Fly-Fishing Season has Begun 
in a 
BIG Brown Way!
   
Day #01:  We are very fortunate to have repeat customers.  Mikael traveled all the way from Sweden to catch this beautiful wild brown trout.  

Why Visit and Fly Fish Argentina?

Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world and covers over 1 million square miles. Despite its size, Argentina is only inhabited by 40 million people.  Half of the population lives within ten of the largest metropolitan areas.  The other half of the population is spread throughout rural areas and in some parts of the country, population density is among the lowest in the world.  This affords visitors the opportunity to entertain in modern cities such as Buenos Aires, yet escape to...


  • Oceans of open land in Patagonia...equivalent to the America West +100 years ago
  • Explore the longest mountain range in the world,  the Andes at 4,400 miles.
  • Visit the highest mountain in the western hemisphere, Aconcagua 22,841ft
  • Stand on wind swept beaches and view Sea Lions, Penguins and Orcas.
  • Drive to the end of the earth and visit the land of fire, Tierra del Fuego.
  • Tour Antarctica, it's only a few hundred miles from Tierra del Fuego.
  • Watch monkeys and other exotic species while fishing in subtropical forest.
  • Feel the power and the spray of the longest waterfall in the word, Iguazu Falls.
  • Witness one of the few advancing glaciers in the world, Peritio Mereno. 
  • Savor Argentinas famous cuisine (beef) and Malbec wines.
  • And of course, wet a line in the immense network of lakes and rivers filled with wild Salmon, Steelhead, Sea Run Brown Trout, Brown-Rainbow-Brook Trout and South America's very own apex predator, the Golden Dorado.


Introducing New DIY Floating Service

Looking for a new DIY Patagonia Adventure?  

We offer 2-man traditional floats with standard drift boats.  But, we also offer the opportunity to fish Patagonia like its never been fished before.  We can easily float mountain ponds filled with HUGE, untouched fish. And, we can float and camp all the rivers surrounding Junin de los Andes. This is truly a unique life experience, one that you will cherish forever. 


Final Word

The Patagonia fishing season runs from November through the end of April.  We offer DIY float trips and walk-wade programs. We still have openings; specifically in March and April. We hope you enjoyed reading this post.  If you have questions or comments, please feel free to do so. Many thanks and hope to see you in Patagonia.


Gone Fishing,

Mark


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