Chilean Patagonia is a land of abundant trout, diverse waterways, exotic environmental beauty, and ample outdoor recreation. Flywise Anglers offers an intimate accommodation for just six guests focusing upon a marriage of destination, fly fishing, and eco-touring. Adam Henderson, a tenured international fishing guide, and his wife Ema Morales, who is educated in Chilean eco-tourism and hospitality, own this venue, ideal for small parties of anglers, couples, or families wishing to mix fishing and touring.
This is a flexible, adaptive fly fishing program based on your interests and skill levels targeting the multitude of unique fisheries in the Aysen Region. You will walk/wade and drift lakes and rivers in vestal custom designed and created jet Cataboats with tenured international guides.
Constructed of native stone and indigenous Lenga trees, the property’s three artistically quaint double occupancy bedrooms with en suite bathroom accommodate just six anglers per week. A professional chef prepares all meals and highlights both Chilean and international cuisine.
Fast action 5/6 wt. rod and weight forward floating lines will handle most situations. A 7 wt. with sink-tip line is ideal for streamer fishing in the bigger waters. Provided is a complete gear list with confirmation packages. Contact Frontiers for first-hand tackle and fly recommendations.
Accessed by Balmaceda Airport via Santiago, Chile
The lodge is 30 minutes northwest of Balmaceda and 20 minutes southeast of Coyhaique above the Simpson Valley
Outdoor wood-fired hot tub
The lodge offers varying lengths of stay weekly
The lodge can provide seasoned fishing and eco-touring guides
The lodge has some loaner gear available, however anglers should plan to bring all rods, waders, boots, tackle and flies
2019-2020 – 7-night/6-day Sunday to Saturday stay-$5,600 per angler/week double occupancy and shared guide. Single occupancy and non-fishing rates available upon request. The lodge accommodates a maximum of six anglers per week. Local airport transfers, guided fishing, liquor and licenses included.
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