Tres Rios Lodge is located just south of the junction where the Chimehuin and the Aluminé Rivers join to form the Collon Cura River. The traditionally styled lodge is a new building constructed with the latest building technology, but still Patagonia style stone covered walls and classic […]
The Malleo River is considered by many trout fisherman to be an almost perfect trout stream. The Malleo is a moderate size freestone river comprised of diverse water, from boulder strewn runs through hip-deep water to classic pools tailing out into […]
The Chimehuin River is the most famous of all Patagonia Trout Rivers. In fact, it’s considered to be responsible for putting Argentine trout fishing on the map. The Chimehuin has been ground zero for traveling fly anglers in Patagonia since it […]
Tongariro Lodge is situated in park-like grounds on the banks of the Tongariro River adjacent to the southern shores of Lake Taupo. Tongariro Lodge is ideally located among some of the world’s best trout fishing waters and employs a staff […]
Owen River Lodge has quickly become one of New Zealand’s top trout fishing lodges in terms of fishing and luxury accommodations since it open in November 2003. Owen River Lodge is located on New Zealand’s South Island, near Murchison, in the Nelson Lakes […]
Riverview Lodge is located on the South Island of New Zealand in the heart of trophy brown country. The lodge is conveniently located within leisurely driving distance of Nelson, Christchurch, and Kaikora and offers both fishing and non-fishing activities.
Riverview Lodge is situated […]
Fjordland Lodge is a very special lodge tucked away on the road to Milford Sound. Built on an elevated terrace of log construction, it was the dream of long time New Zealand residents Ron and Robynne Peacock. With commanding views of […]
As its name implies, Five Rivers Lodge is in close proximity to the Beaverhead, the Big Hole, the Ruby, the Jefferson and the Madison Rivers, each famous for the large trout that call them home. Guests enjoy miles of wading access, floats […]
Healing Waters Lodge offers rustic elegance and extensive access to terrific public, private and exclusive trout fishing in southwestern Montana. Located in Twin Bridges, the lodge is situated perfectly to provide a wide variety of fishing opportunities for a range of […]
The Limay River Lodge is the first and only lodge on the incomparable Middle Limay River. The lodge opened in November 2014 and created easy access to a virtually untapped fishery. The Middle Limay River is one of the richest fishing resources in […]
Tecka Lodge is a unique fishing property, holding more than 90-miles of fishable private water inside of 435,000 acres. It’s hard to imagine a scenario better than sharing 45-miles of the Corcovado, 35-miles of the Tecka Spring Creek, various tributaries and smaller spring […]
The South American Golden Dorado (Salminus brasiliensis) is considered by many well traveled anglers to be the world’s greatest fighting game fish. This extraordinary jumper combines the running and leaping abilities of a salmon with the ferocity and predatory instincts of a […]
Jurassic Lake, locally known as Lago Strobel, has garnered a reputation as the most prolific Rainbow Trout fishery in the world. Located in the rugged Steppe or “messita” region of southern Argentina’s Santa Cruz province, Jurassic Lake is the place for trophy Rainbow […]
The Kamchatka Peninsula is a vast area comprised of 104,000 square mile of largely unpopulated, pristine wilderness. The peninsula protrudes 750 miles southward from Russia’s northeast coast, between the Sea of Okhotsk to the west and the Behring Sea and Pacific […]
On the Big Hole River, Montana
Dave and Christine Decker’s Complete Fly Fisher is one of Montana’s finest fishing lodges and is ideally situated directly on the legendary Big Hole River.
CFF specializes in dry fly fishing, which is best when the […]
Poronui’s tradition is to keep the best things very quiet, and so the lodge has only seven exclusive guest cabins. Designed with luxury, comfort and angler’s needs in mind, the modern wooden cabins sit only a stone’s throw from the water’s […]
Fly Fishing Andes offers miles upon miles of private access water on multi-thousand acre estancias (ranches), where you might never see another angler during your fishing day. Large Rainbows and Browns (and landlocked salmon on certain rivers) are actively feeding… and […]
Jorge Graziosi has been guiding in Patagonia Argentina since 1968, first under the name Safaris Acuaticos and more recently as Arroyo Claro Lodge, which he opened 1999. In 2006, Jorge constructed the new Arroyo Claro Lodge, built on a nearby hillside with dramatic views of […]
Argentina is one of the top destinations to fly fish for trout. The fact that summer in Argentina is our winter only makes it more appealing. The fly fishing lodges and outfitters we represent in Patagonia Argentina span from Esquel to Junin del los Andes with Bariloche in the […]
It’s common knowledge among traveling anglers that January and February are the most popular time to visit New Zealand. Mostly to escape the winter in the Northern Hemisphere. Judy Hall is our expert on New Zealand and she loves traveling […]
Fly Fishing in Chile is known for big brown trout taking big surface flies. This is especially true in the Coyhaique area of Southern Patagonia. Typically anglers thinking about Chile imagine the splashy rises of trout taking 2” – 3” […]
- Jorge Graziosi of Arroyo Claro Lodge in Argentina was the guest speaker at the Anglers' Club of New York luncheon on September 9, 2009. His slideshow presentation on Arroyo Claro Lodge and trout fishing in Argentina and Chile is posted here courtasy of Angler Adventures.
“The Best Trip We’ve Ever Had”
During the past decade, Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula has emerged as the premier destination for anglers in search of trophy rainbows and Pacific salmonids.
It is frequently described as, “the way Alaska was 30 years ago”. While […]