Location: Argentina - Rio Irigoyen, Rio Malenguena, and some more newly discovered, largely unexplored systems
Capacity: Twin bedrooms for a maximum of 6 anglers per week
At some juncture in an angler's life a seed of interest will be sowed regarding the leviathan sea trout of Tierra del Fuego and Southern Patagonia.
For many, the famous rivers such as the Rio Grande and the Rio Gallegos have been the mainstay to fulfill this need to catch these enormous species. However they are now seeking a new adventure or one to complement these fabled rivers. From both perspectives we firmly believe that the little known Irigoyen, which is located between the towns of Ushuaia and Rio Grande, offers the perfect solution.
This is a new and extremely exciting operation, where sea trout meet the sizes of those of the Rio Grande yet in totally different surroundings. The river has cut a course in a tree lined valley, which offers superb protection from even the strongest of winds whilst adding character to a river that already oozes charm. Forget your double-hander on this intimate little watercourse; this is the domain of the single-hander where precision casting holds you in better stead than the need for sheer distance.