The area around Los Alerces National Park and the Rio Pico watershed to the south is an amazing fishing resource. Lakes and rivers, small streams and creeks all teem with trout and flow beneath large Andean peaks. If you believe that ‘variety is the spice of life’- especially when it comes to fishing – then Argentina Waters offers that experience. Float in comfort with the lodge’s drift boats and rafts. This sparsely populated area is visited by anglers looking to get away from the crowds.
Gonzalo and his guide team know this area because they live here and they will customize your fishing experience to your preferences. If you are on the hunt for a personal best fish or want to throw small dry flies at sipping trout a visit to Argentina Waters should be on your radar.
The Le Fario Lodge has been hand-built and is located on the shores of Laguna Larga with four comfortable bedrooms with private en suite bathrooms. Laura and her team pride themselves on the high level of comfort, cuisine, and hospitality they deliver to their guests.
4, 5 and 6 wt. rods with floating lines and corresponding sink tips will get the job done. Sun protection, layering systems and rain/wind gear should accompany a waterproof daypack. Traditional “trout trip” packing applies. A full pre-trip is offered upon booking.
Fishing season runs December-early May annually.
Argentina Waters is approximately 1 hour from Esquel and is accessed via Buenos Aires, Argentina. Flights are limited and overnight in Buenos Aires will be required.
Wi-Fi is available on a limited broadband scale.
Argentina Waters suggests gratuities of 15% of fishing package cost be presented to the lodge manager upon departure.
Rate for the 2022-23 season is $800 per angler/night. Single room/guide supplements apply. Esquel airport transfers included; other regional transfers quoted upon booking. Fishing license is required.