Create a one of a kind experience with Barry and Cathy Beck at Estancia Tecka. Wide skies, enticing snowcapped mountain ranges, aggressive trout draws you in. Estancia Tecka combined with incredible hosting from the Beck’s makes for a destination you’ll be eager to return to.
Enjoy access to over 45 miles of the Corcovado River casting with Barry and Cathy for five days on secluded and diverse trout waters. Enjoy entertaining Beck stories while lunches are served streamside and at the lodge. Return each evening for cocktails, dinner, and overnight accommodations.
Guests will be tucked away at the beautiful Caridad Lodge, which overlooks the Corcovado River. The Lodge features four spacious bedrooms and two bedrooms in the Annex. Each bedroom has a private en suite bathroom. Caridad Lodge hosts up to ten guests comfortably.
Fishing Package: $5,700 per person based on shared room/guide. Contact Frontiers for additional details.
Estancia Tecka is approximately two hours from Esquel and is accessed via Buenos Aires, Argentina or by border crossing from Chile if a combination is of interest. Flights are limited, and overnight in Buenos Aires may be required. Wi-Fi is available on a limited broadband scale.
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 20 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.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in South America and Iceland fishing programs.
Specializes in South America fishing and shooting departments. Plus, fishing in Mongolia and Canada.