Arroyo Verde Lodge, Bariloche, Rio Negro Province
This luxurious lodge is nestled in the Traful Valley overlooking Lake Traful, the source of the river that runs beautifully through it, and holds all different kinds of ‘salmonids’: rainbow, brown and brook trout and the occasional land-locked salmon.
Bella Vista Lodge, Santa Cruz Province
This estancia is situated on the Rio Gallegos, where sea-run and dry-fly brown trout fishing can be enjoyed. It owns nearly 50km of double bank private access fishing, which is limited to a maximum of eight rods per week.
Kau Tapen Lodge, Tierra del Fuego
Kau Tapen is generally considered to be one of the finest fly-fishing lodges in the world. Excellent food and attentive service complement a top-class sea-trout fishing experience on the Rio Grande in remote and idyllic surroundings.
Lago Villarino Lodge, San Martin de los Andes, Neuquen Province
This lodge is located slap bang in the middle of Nahuel Huapi national park, 50km from San Martin de Los Andes. The brown trout are large to say the least, and are more attracted to a sinking fly than the floating mosca.
Pira Lodge, Corrientes Province
The world’s first deluxe lodge to fish the freshwater dorado. Corrientes is in the middle of the Iberá marshland; covering an area of 3,200,000 acres, the marsh is one of the largest and most diverse wetlands in the world.
Tipiliuke Lodge, Junin de los Andes, Neuquen Province
Everything is arranged for fly fisherman to have an unforgettable trout fishing trip – it includes specialized guides, vehicles, outdoor lunches, and trips to nearby rivers and lakes. Fishing programmes focus on the lodge’s private stretch of the famous Chimehuin River.
The best person to contact to organize fishing trips is Hale Snyder at Argentina Outfitters, based in Buenos Aires (email@example.com).