Irigoyen river, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina. Sea trout fishing.

Remember the Irigoyen? The river achieved a cult status over the last decade for those that were fortunate enough to visit it. Well, it’s now back and anglers have the opportunity to visit it once again through the new operation called ‘World End Lodge’.

Located in the dense lenga and Antarctic beech woodland between the towns of Ushuaia and Rio Grande, the Irigoyen offers a small, intimate river on which to target huge sea trout and more. This tree-lined river, full of intrigue and charm, offers the angler shelter from the wind that often sweeps the area and a river where a well presented cast takes precedence over hauling to the horizon.

Sunny, windless day? The sea trout are sulking? No problem, turn your attention to the robalo in the estuary and sea pools. These sea bass/mullet type fish grow to weights in excess of 15 lbs and are tremendous sport on a fly rod. Brown trout are also present and steelhead have also made an appearance over the years.

The cost of the 2017 season will be US$5,990 per rod (except for the March weeks, which are priced at US$4,990). This will include fishing licences, single rooms as standard and the weeks will be limited to just four rods.

The following is what remains in the 2017 season:
30th December-6th January; Full
6-13th January; Full
13-20th January; Full
20-27th January; Full
27th January – 3rd February; 1 rod
3-10th February; Full
10-17th February; Full
17-24th February; Full
24th February – 3rd March; Full
3-10th March; 4 rods (Special rate: US$4,990)
10-17th March; 4 rods (Special rate: US$4,990)

Irigoyen river, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina. Sea trout fishing.

Make a booking? Need more information?
We are proud to announce that we have worldwide exclusivity at World End Lodge on the Irigoyen. If you would like more details such as an information sheet, example itinerary or to check and confirm availability please do not hesitate to contact Steffan Jones or call our office on +44(0)1980 847389.