In the morning, you will be picked up at your hotel by your guide to head to the Limay River. This great river flows through the Patagonian steppe, a spectacular area of the National Park, with incredible landscapes and a pleasant climate. The clarity of its waters, wonderful landscapes and excellent fishing make a float on the Limay River a truly unforgettable experience. It is the most important river within the National Park, it offers different fishing possibilities for novice or advanced fishermen. It is a refuge for Rainbow and Brown trout and also Patagonian Perch.
The Limay River is excellent for dry fly fishing during November to March. During April, huge trout migrate from the large lake to the river to start the breeding cycle. The Limay has five different sections, about 12 km each within the area near San Carlos de Bariloche, offering a variety of excursions.
Arriving at the embarkation point on the Limay River, your guide will explain the two fishing techniques that we propose for the excursion:
- Fly Fishing (or Fly fishing): Consists of throwing flies – hooks “dressed” - which are imitations of insects, small fish, shrimp, etc, using a weighted line specifically designed for this purpose, through a certain precise technique. Without a doubt, this modality requires practice and dedication, just to get used to the launch. However, this type of fishing is becoming more popular every day around the world.
- Spinning: This fishing technique consists of throwing and picking up artificial lures such as spoons, simulating the movement of a small organism in the water, which the voracious trout attacks, if we can deceive her.
Then, the excursion will begin, sailing on the Limay River and fishing with the technique chosen by you.
After two hours fishing From the boat, you will arrive at the riverside to enjoy a delicious lunch in nature. After a break, you will continue floating and fishing during the afternoon in the best places that the < b>Limay River can offer.
Always accompanied by With your guide, you will learn the history of the San Carlos de Bariloche region and the best options for fishing and fish that live in the region.
After 12 km of travel during the whole day, your guide will take you to the starting point of the River, where you will be received with the cars to take them back to their hotel.
The fishing season begins each year on November 1 and ends within the Nahuel Huapi National Park, North Patagonia. However, to fish out of season, the lakes Nahuel Huapi, Gutierrez and Mascardi are enabled during the entire months of May and October. Lake Moreno is enabled for fishing in all three modes all year round, so we practice fishing there during the winter.
Age and Fishing Experience:
Our customers include anglers of all ages and experience levels, from absolute beginners to very experienced.
No fishing experience is necessary to enjoy our excursions! Our Guides will gladly share their local knowledge and fishing techniques with anglers of any experience level. We adapt each excursion to the needs and preferences of our clients.
IMPORTANT: When making the reservation, choose the type of fishing they want to do and/or the place.