The Los Alerces National Park in Argentina offers the opportunity to float and wade some special places where brown and rainbow trout seem to be under every log, cut bank, or willow. Argentina Waters local guides know where these fish live because they have been targeting them all their lives. Fish a spring creek using small dry flies one day and float a productive tailwater throwing foam hoppers the next day. All of these waters are in the Argentina Waters program.
You will fish four full days for brown and rainbow trout on a variety of waters located around the Lodge. The program features spring creeks, rivers, and lakes, but the guides at Argentina Waters will develop a program that best suits the way that you like to fish.
The Le Fario Lodge is a four-bedroom building located on the shores of Laguna Larga. The rooms have en suite bathrooms, and there is 24-hour power. Wi-Fi is available but is best used for checking email.
$3,850* per person based on shared room and shared fishing guide. Contact Frontiers for single room and single guide rates
*Rates subject to change
Argentina Waters is near the beautiful Los Alerces National Park in the Chubut Province of Argentina. Anglers access the area by flights from Buenos Aires into Esquel Airport. Flights are limited, and you may need to overnight in Buenos Aires. You will experience both float and waded fishing on public and private water during your stay.
Longtime Frontiers trip hosts and photographers, the Becks travel far and wide to follow their love for fly fishing and nature photography. Based in Pennsylvania, Barry and Cathy write books, host fly fishing departures, lead African photo safaris, and operate a stock photography business. The Becks are well-known in the fishing, photography, and travel industries, and possess a stellar reputation for their skill, knowledge, and expertise born out of a 30 year career.
Their most recent books include Cathy Beck’s Fly Fishing Handbook, now in its third edition; Fly Waters Near and Far, a coffee table book of photographs, and a soon-to-be-released book on Alaska.