Trout fishing in Patagonia, Argentina
Patagonia is known as the trout capital of the world with good reason. Stunning scenery, crystal clear waters, fantastic fly hatches and rivers teeming with life. Rinconada Lodge (formerly Huechahue) offers a fantastic base from which to explore and discover the area.
Experience Four of Argentina’s Best
This extremely attractive 15,000 acre property is a genuine Patagonian working ranch and offers private and easy access to some of the most prolific and picture-perfect stretches of the Collon Cura River where brown and rainbow trout fishing is simply fantastic.
A varied fishing experience awaits, including two very prolific floating stretches on the lower Aluminé River; outstanding stretches on the Collon Cura River; two very exciting stretches on the upper Chimehuin River, and the productive lower Malleo. Potentially four rivers out of one fishing location.
Strategically located on the west bank of the upper Collon Cura River, Rinconada Lodge features eight spacious double rooms all with private bath, an impressive club house (the original estancia main house), and a huge and attractive barbeque area. It is a strikingly beautiful, traditional, spot offering excellent service.
Other activities include horse-riding, as well as photo tours, bird watching, rafting and town visits can be easily combined with fly fishing programmes.
On the Collon Cura River
Set in northern Argentinian Patagonia, at the foothills of the Andes mountains and close to the Chilean border, Rinconada Lodge feels remarkably remote. You can fly from Buenos Aires to Bariloche, which is 200km away and from where the lodge can arrange a transfer. San Martin de los Andes is 70km away and Junin de los Andes is 30km.