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Whether fishing in Patagonia is a dream you have yet to fulfil or you’ve already had a taster and are longing to come back, Fishing In Patagonia is here to create you the trip of a lifetime… Our extraordinary attention to detail means utterly exceptional fishing in Patagonia! We’re very clear cut on your behalf when it comes to putting together the finest of details, so you don’t have to think about a thing.
From the moment you touch down, all of your arrangements will be taken care of. We provide a flawless bespoke holiday service which is unmistakably friendly, genuine and professional. Each of our individual itineraries is specially designed to provide the very best fly fishing, as well as experiencing the scenery and diverse wildlife of Patagonia, according to the exact moment of our long season … we meticulously plan each day according to current conditions.
Many of our trips are tailor made: Lake District, Tierra Del Fuego, Chilean Carratera Austral, river, lake, spring creek, wading or rafting, rest assured we take you to the very best possible and often scarcely known-about locations during our unforgettable luxury experiences or more rustic adventures. Every year, we pioneer new trips to new places rarely visited.
Fishing In Patagonia is a passionate and world-class specialist – nothing but the best will do!
For companion travellers: Our fishing theme also extends to nature tours (whale watching, sea kayaking, bird watching and walking), tailor-made riding holidays, and skiing. Look no further!
“I have my new favorite place to go when I am in the dentist’s chair – it is the January morning I fished on the Malleo River! Fishing with my Fishing In Patagonia hostess Georgie, and with our guide Fernando, we had a beautifully crazy morning working a light caddis hatch. We arrived at our beat at around 10 am. As we stood on the bank we watched many large trout aggressively sipping. The day was clear with just a light wind … absolutely perfect fishing conditions.
As I stepped into the gin clear water I felt scattered… I couldn’t focus on any one fish! There was too much activity! Fer and I discussed the situation and planned our strategy: I would work the edge of the opposite side and throw to the large fish feeding under the willow branches. Fish after beautiful fish came and took our flies. It was the sort of morning when you suddenly realize that four hours have gone by and you’ve held your breath the whole time! OUTSTANDING!”