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My wife and I, both of us keen but not fanatical fisher-people, spent 10 days with Fly South in March of 2005. Right from the very outset we were amazed by the beauty of northern Patagonia with its spectacular mountains, forests and, of course. rivers ! The lodges were spectacular, the fishing second-to-none and the food surprisingly good when compared to our recent trip to the Kola Peninsula. Nico and Doug were superb hosts, informing us on local customs, flora and fauna and, most importantly, where to catch the big ones. We are already planning our return visit !

Mike and Sandra, London.

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About Argentina

Fly South is primarily a trout and salmon fishing company with eight years of experience organizing back-country Argentine tours for the adventurous. We aim to provide a true wilderness experience whilst guaranteeing luxurious accommodation for you to relax in after a hard day on the river or lake.

Argentina, located deep in the Southern Hemisphere, is a fisherman's paradise.

With it's European ancestry, it is a country that is strangely familiar, yet its exoticism defies belief. Once in the wilderness, you can drive for days without seeing a soul. The forests and snow-capped peaks are punctuated by thousands of unexplored rivers and lakes.

From the northern Iberan marshes through the wild and windy plains of Tierra del Fuego, rainbow, brown and brook trout abound, growing to near unimaginable sizes.

Patagonia Fishing

At Fly South, we focus on Northern Patagonia, which lies mid-way down this vast and unspoilt country.

In the woods of Nahuel Huapi National Park and the region surrounding the awe-inspiring Lake Kruger and Lake Puelo, we offer our clients access to some of the world’s most remote yet hospitable fishing lodges.

The clarity of the water and the strength and size of the fish are unrivalled anywhere in the world. Whether fishing small dry flies around the margins of the lakes or with streamers in the torrents of the river Limay, you might catch scores of fish ranging between 2lbs and 5lbs.

Still, do not be surprised if a light take results in the fish of a lifetime – the world’s largest brown trout was taken on the Limay, just south of our Patagonian starting point of Bariloche. It weighed over 30lbs.