This aristocratic estancia nestled between Bariloche and San Martin is renowned for elegant old world accommodations and hospitality. Coursing through the moonscaped canyon, the crystal clear Traful River teams with large brown and rainbow trout sipping insects from the glassy surface. These fish originate from both river and lake.
A crystal-clear mid-sized freestone, the Traful courses from Lago Traful to the Limay River. The river presents large local rainbows and browns, migratory trout and landlocked salmon. Prolific hatches and ample terrestrials make this stream ideal for New Zealand-type stalk fishing for trophy trout.
This grand wood and stone house with elegant out-buildings is perched in a meadow gazing down-valley. It accommodates up to 10 guests in cozy rooms with a European flair. Manicured gardens, festive Asados and sun-drenched common areas coax fishers and non-fishers alike.
Traditional trout 5 and 6 weight rods/reels are ideal. For heavier streamer fishing, 7 to 8 weight rods with intermediate or sinking lines can enhance success. A complete gear list is provided with confirmation package. Contact Frontiers for first-hand tackle and fly recommendations.
The Lariviere family offers a fine stable of horses available to equestrians. Bariloche is nearby for shopping and sightseeing. Hiking the surrounding hills is exhilarating.
Approximately 1.5 hours from Bariloche’s airport in the Nahuel Huapi National Park, Arroyo Verde is conveniently located for a combined trip to another Estancia or a visit to regional resorts, which is common for anglers visiting Patagonia.
Our outfitters can supply high-end name brand waders, boots, rods, reels and lines, giving guests a desirable option for light and brisk travel.
Rates for the 2018 - 2019 season is $1050 per person per night, based on double occupancy and shared fishing guide. Single supplements apply, contact Frontiers for more information.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in South America and Iceland fishing programs.
Specializes in South America fishing and shooting departments. Plus, fishing in Mongolia and Canada.