Overnight Float Camping Trips

Doing an overnight float camping trip in Patagonia, is the best choice if you want to get really good fishing conditions. Some of the rivers in Patagonia have hard access. Camping trips enable you to fish waters not many others have had the chance to fish before. On this trip you will fish more than 10 miles of new water every day.

The renowned Bariloche, Junin and San Martin de los Andes fishing towns are surrounded by incredible fly fishing rivers such as Chimehuin, Caleufu, Collon Cura, Alumine, Limay and Manso. These rivers offer more than 300 miles of terrific clear water, from which we can choose the best option at moment of your fishing trip.

Rates

  • Two anglers: USD 440
  • Single angler: USD 630
Rates are per boat, one or two anglers

Included

  • English Speaking & Certified Guide
  • Transportation to and from your accommodation
  • Fishing Boat (drift boat or catarraft)
  • Cargo boat and assistants
  • All camping gear needed: Warm sleeping bags, pillow, cots and towel.
  • All meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, beverages
  • Fishing Gear: Orvis waders and boots, Orvis reels & lines, temple Fork BVK rods, dry bag and local flies.

Not Included

  • Fishing license USD 30 (we can provide it)
  • Gratuities

Facilities

  • Dinning tent
  • Kitchen tent
  • Shower tent
  • Private tent (one every 2 anglers)
  • Can I do it if I´ve never fished before?

We will be happy to teach you. Our team of patient professional guides will turn you into an expert in no time.

  • I don´t have any gear. Do you provide it?

We provide all the fishing and camping gear for no extra charge. We provide Orvis reels, waders and boots, Bvk TFO rods, Scientific Anglers lines and local flies.

  • Do you allow non-fishing companions?

Floating the River is one of the best ways of seeing the Nahuel Huapi National Park. We strongly recommend you to invite your non-fishing companion to this trip.

  • Do the guides speak English?

Speaking fluent English is a must to be part of Trout Bariloche team.

  • Will the guides be friendly?

The guides at Trout Bariloche will always be close, coaching you, helping and trying to improve your fly fishing skills. Always predisposed to answer your questions, our guides are basically fly fishing teachers and companions.

  • What to bring?

Sun hat
Strong sunscreen
Lip balm
Sun glasses
Rain jacket
Fleece
Comfortable shoes


Fishing

Staying in a lodge allows you to fish only 4 to 6 pools in a day while camping trips enable you to fish between 10 to 15 miles of new water every day. You will go to sleep and wake up by the river. There is no way of beating this fishing trip.

Enjoy Nature

Doing a camping trip is the best way to experience our National Parks. The chances of watching wildlife are so much more than in any other kind of tour.

Glamorous fishing camps

A member of the Trout Bariloche team will go ahead in the cargo boat to set the camp. They will be waiting for you with a five star camp next to the river. The fire with snacks and drinks will be ready for you to watch the sunset in the heart of Patagonia.

Best cuisine

Sandra, our mom and chef, will make sure you will enjoy typical Argentinean dishes at the campsite. Steak and Malbec wine are a must.

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   +54-9-294-467-4829
   info@troutbariloche.com

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