Fly Fishing in Patagonia, Argentina
Framed by rivers Chimehuín and Quilquihue, the estancia gives anglers a wide stretch for world-class trout fishing. Fishing is with both wet and dry fly for wild rainbow and brown trout. All fishing is by wading and most of it is within easy reach of the lodge.
Wade, walk and wide the Chimehuin and Collon Cura
Tipiliuke is settled in the Andea foothills and, as a working estancia, horses and cattle activities function normally.
“My family and I spent the Christms period at the lodge and had a fantastic experience. The fishing and hatches were great and there was more than enough to keep the rest of the family occupied.” A.G.Turner, Belfast.
Casa Pablo and Casa Mayal
The lodge is located in the center of the property and has 9 bedrooms with private bathrooms, a living room, a dining room and a cozy bar. There are also two private houses, Casa Pablo and Casa Mayal, the former has 3 bedrooms, the latter has 5. The lodge has a special garden within the park of the main estancia. There are about 200 species of different trees from all over the world, acquired and planted during three generations of the family.
Horseback riding, hiking and visits to the charming town of San Martin de los Andes can be arranged for non-fishing guests. Birding with a local expert can also be arranged for an additional cost.