Join our hosted weeks for monster King Salmon in the foothills of the Andes. This little river is producing huge King Salmon which so far have an average weight of over 50LB. Every year King Salmon go upriver to their spawning grounds giving us the chance to swing flies for a fish of a lifetime. If you are a salmon angler, this is not to be missed.
Fly Fishing Argentina
Argentina is a second home to fly fishing anglers, who have for many years travelled to Patagonia in search of the amazing fly fishing in Argentina, for species like the high flying Golden Dorado, true wild Brown Trout in its crystal clear streams, plus the undoubted finest Sea Trout fishing in the whole world. There’s even a secret world of fly fishing for Steelhead and Monster King / Chinook Salmon that we have managed to open up for anglers. Basically fly fishing in Argentina is a true paradise.
If you are a single angler or just looking to travel in a group with like-minded people who all enjoy the art of fly fishing for big wild Sea Trout well this trip is designed just for you. Teaming up with our partners at Solid Adventures we have some exclusive weeks on offer for our very own hosted Sea Trout fishing weeks.
Unbelievable Sea Trout fishing on the Rio Gallegos, where the sheer numbers and size of fish is just outstanding. A trip to Rio Gallegos offers the adventurous angler the opportunity to pit their skills against the explosive Sea Trout of Patagonia. These fish reach 30lbs and will reward you with arm wrenching takes and blistering runs.
In this lonely place of the Andes the King Salmon have developed a healthy population that continues to grow every year due to low fishing pressure and not having many predators. We have developed this fishing as an extension to our Sea Trout fishing packages, it can also be added to our Golden Dorado.
The fishing at El Rincon boasts both fresh run Sea Trout up to 25+lbs and also resident Brown Trout averaging 4 lbs but with many large specimens up into double figures. Our guests having total access to the vast amount of fishing on both the Rio Gallegos and the Rio Penitente rivers during their stay.