Tierra del Fuego is the ultimate Argentine destination for sea-run brown trout, period. Once you’ve experienced it, you know that traveling to the end of the Earth is the only way to access one of the greatest fisheries available. The Iberá Wetlands, in northern Argentina, boasts fly fishing for Golden Dorado in a region that dwarfs the Florida Everglades. Just to the East, the Paraná River is home to some of the largest Golden Dorado on the planet. We’ve developed three programs along the Paraná, strategically located in the upper, middle, and lower sections of the watershed to target the large, migratory Dorado who use the waterway as a superhighway to their spawning grounds upstream. As for the fighting ability of the dorado? They are hyper-aggressive, powerful, and acrobatic. Enough said.
Patagonia’s trout fishing rivals the best of the American West—but the time to fish here is January through April, when you’re snowed in at home. Visit us at Northern Patagonia Lodge, where you’ll have the opportunity to suit up, boot up, float and wade several of the most productive rivers in the region.