In Patagonia Fishing Region we count with a wide variety of excursions that can be suited on what our clients demand. All of the following programs include complete fishing gear, lunch (appetizer, main course, dessert), beverages (including alcoholic) and transfers.
If you are planning to enjoy a full day trip, you can choose between the following waters to fulfil your expectations:
Located one hour drive from Bariloche, Pichileufu is an ideal river for begginers and fly fishermen who have just started this exciting path. Fording across this waters offer an excellent chance to hook some nice wild trouts, due to the water levels and the trout population.
Upper Limay river
40 minutes away from Bariloche, Upper Limay river is one of the most important watercourse in Patagonia; originated in the Nahuel Huapi lake and flowing in a north-westerly direction that divide Neuquen and Rio Negro provinces, its waters harbor rainbow and brown trouts (some of them considered Trophy trouts).
With a breathtaking view to the glaciers and the eternal snow summit of the impressive Mount Tronador, this lake is considered one of the best fishing spots by a huge amount of our clients. Its smooth and spacious coasts, generally covered by reeds are surrounded by a dense andean patagonian forest. Located inside the Nahuel Huapi National Park it has an excellent state of conservation.
As explained with Hess lake, Roca waters are glaciar and it’s also situated in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. Being located away from Bariloche city (almost 90 km) offers amazing fishing conditions. It’s surrounded by the andean patagonian forest, with a dense population of Nothofagus trees, and navigating towards the West, flora density and variety increase substantially giving rise to the Valdivian forest. Really close to the lake we can visit one of the most popular attractions on the park, the Alerces waterfall, breathtaking.
Just like the last two lakes recently described, the view of Mount Tronador is magnificent. Accessing the lake requires a 4×4 vehicle, so it’s only visited by fishermen and mountaineers. This condition turns it into an interesting place to seek for wild trouts.