Magic Waters Patagonia customizes fishing experiences according to how you like to fish, whether it’s wading rivers and spring creeks or floating lakes and large rivers—it’s all possible here due to the incredible fishing resources available. Eduardo and his team of knowledgeable local guides are eager to show you how special this area really is and how productive it can be. You return from fishing to relax in the newly built lodge featuring local building materials and craftsmanship, great homemade Chilean cuisine, and warm hospitality.
There are not many places where the fishing options are as diverse as the scenery that surrounds them. You can tempt a trout with a dry fly on a spring creek, turn a cruising rainbow on a lake with a hopper, and try everything in between—all at incredibly scenic locations.
Magic Waters Lodge was built with local woods and stone and sits atop a hill overlooking a private lagoon. The lodge has six rooms, each with private bath. There are four double rooms shared by two anglers and two couples’ rooms with a queen bed.
Fast action 9-foot fly rods in 5-7 wts. are preferred when fishing the program. Weight forward floating lines as well as a shooting head line (Teeny 200 grain) and strong tippets are needed for streamer fishing in these waters. Contact us for more detailed information.
Magic Waters offers stays from 4 nights up to 11 nights. (Arrivals and departures on Saturday are preferred). A 4-5 night lodge visit is perfect. 9 day total trip is typical (Friday–Sunday)—from USA to Santiago and back home. Extend your stay by adding more fishing at nearby lodges or visit other destinations in Chile. Contact us for additional travel ideas on how to extend your visit.
$5,500 per person for a 7-night/6-day fishing program based on shared room and fishing guide. Single room and guide supplements apply. Shorter visits are possible. Non-angler rates available upon request. Contact Frontiers for more information.
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