We have hosted visiting anglers to every corner of Patagonia, and we would love nothing more than to share our passion for this special place with you. Join us on one of our Hosted adventures, and see for yourself what brings us back to Patagonia every year. Contact us today to learn about our Hosted Trip opportunities.
upcoming HOSTED TRIPS
The ROUTE 40 ROAD TRIP
Dec 1 – 16, 2021
Thank you for you interest in our Ruta 40 (or Route) 40 Road Trip hosted by Justin and Joe. Ruta 40 winds its way through most of Argentina and is known internationally as one of the world’s classic road trips. The Ruta 40 Road Trip is our signature hosted adventure: join us for an incredible two-week fly fishing trip where we combine some of the best fishing in Argentina from both the northern and southern regions. We are timing the trip in Patagonia during early summer when all the rivers are fresh, hatches are starting and fish are eager to eat! We have taken a particularly trouty section of Ruta 40 from Esquel in the south to San Martin de los Andes in the north. We will be fishing along the entire way with our good friends from El Encuentro Fly Fishing and Patagonia Nomads.
ESTANCIA LAGUNA VERDE
Nov 3-14, 2021
Join Justin for a hosted trip to Jurasic Lake and the Barancosso River in the Santa Cruz province. The early season is a fantastic time to chase giant rainbows. If you want to travel to the southern reaches of the world in search of a fish of a lifetime; this is the place to go!
Nov 22 – Dec 3, 2021
Join Justin on this early season hosted trip is a combination of both float fishing and wade fishing on off the beaten patch, lesser known waters that only fish well in the spring time when the river flows are high and running fast. We are fishing with big attractor dry flies, a dropper from time to time and streamers. Each night we’ll be staying at Casana Del Alto, in San Martin with food catered by a private chef.
Apr 16 – 23, 2022
Join Joe and Jonathan on a trip of a life time to Cuba. This trip is booked on a live aboard vessel in los Jardines de la Reina, an archipelago located about 50 miles south of the mainland and about as large as the Florida Keys.