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  • Fly fishing in the Land of fire – by Evan Mcglinn

    In the snow-capped Andes of nearby Chile, the Rio Grande flows through desolate lowland made up of sheep-farming estancias. There is little sign of man in this part of Argentina. Yet the remote locale features some of the largest brown trout in the world. Every fly fisherman owes a debt of gratitude...

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  • Help The Abaco Lodge Staff & Community. Bid to win a NW experience

    The outpouring of concern and support from the angling community rally has been heartwarming. We want to thank everyone that has helped those on Abaco-but we need to do more. Nervous Waters is offering three different trips that have NO EXPIRATION DATE, and are TRANSFERABLE to friends/ family. Th...

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  • A letter from our CEO & Founder

    Dear Friends, Family, Clients and All:   Being founder and CEO of Nervous Waters and her sister companies has been one of the greatest joys of my life and the best job I could have imagined. I wake up every morning looking forward to my day and I go to bed each night thinking about how to bette...

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  • Abaco Island update – Hurricane Dorian aftermath

    Abaco Island in the Bahamas has been devastated by Hurricane Dorian, the strongest storm in recorded history to hit the Islands of the Bahamas. Abaco Lodge was completely destroyed but our family, friends, and staff are all accounted for. While the lodge and boats and other equipment are all insur...

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  • Abaco Lodge update – Support our community

    While Hurricane Dorian passed in a matter of days, the devastation left in its wake will be with us for months or perhaps years. Our Abaco Lodge was lost in the storm. Abaco, Bahamas has been part of  Nervous Waters Family for nearly 10 years. Our thoughts are with all the people from Marsh Harbour...

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  • Villa Maria Lodge – End of Season 2019

    Another season has come and gone on the Rio Grande and as usual, the river taught us many lessons. The main theme of this season was the drought over the island – which in fact affected all of Patagonia.  By the end of December we saw the last rains of the summer and they restart...

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  • Kau Tapen River Diary – Week 12: March 23-30, 2019

    The second last week of the season is over and we had a full house! Some old friends came to visit us again: Roberto and Fran, as well as Martin and Theresa, all four from Argentina, and who have been coming here for many years now. Tom and Colman, who’s first time it was were keen fishermen and e...

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  • Kau Tapen River Diary – Week 13: March 30 – April 6, 2019

    The season comes to an end and the timing could not have been more perfect. During the last week, we had the very cool and interesting experience to host a full group of non-anglers, who stayed here for 2,5 days as part of a business meeting. Luckily, the conditions were still great – clear(ish) w...

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  • Kau Tapen River Diary – Week 11: March 16 – 23, 2019

    While we were sad about our Italian friends from last week leaving, we were just as excited for our new group to arrive. Especially with the weather forecast, that predicted heavy rain for Saturday and Sunday – not only here, but most importantly in the mountains. When our new group arrived in the...

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  • Kau Tapen River Diary – Week 10: March 9 – 16, 2019

    We were happy to welcome a new group of guests and a very fun week should lie ahead of us. A group of Italian anglers, some of whom had fished the Rio Grande before, and some, who were completely new to this kind of fishing. Orazio, Matteo, Michelangelo, Riccardo, Luigi, and Marco – such lovely pe...

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