Argentina – Fly Fishing for Trout

Flyfishing Laguna Larga, Argentina for Trout

Laguna Larga lodge is located in the province of Chubut, Argentina in the middle of Los Alerces National Park.  Imagine a pristine, remote setting on the large lake Laguna Larga, that is only 45 minutes away from the city of Esquel.  Los Alerces National Park  is a park of 2,630 square kilometers along the Argentine border with Chile, best known for the alerce (lahuan) trees (Fitzroya cupressoides) from which the park takes its name.  The National Park has the largest alerce forest of Argentina. Alerce is one of the longest-living trees in the world; some in the park are around 3,000 years old, with many of them over 1,000 years.   With the fly fishermen of the world the park is now famous for the a complex lake system and plethora of trout streams. You will be fishing the Rio Rivadavia, Rio Stange, Rio Grande or Futaleufu, Rio Frey, Rio Arrayanes, Arroyo Pescado, and the smaller Nant Y Fall and Desaguader Y Corintos.  Of course, out the front door is Laguna Larga.  We have recently expanded our operation to the Rio Pico.  If you choose to add the Rio Pico to your venue, you will stay at a local bed and breakfast to fish this somewhat remote location.  Expect small water…big trout!

Laguna Larga Accomodations and Fly Fishing:



Andres and Gisela Stewart are not just the owners of the Laguna Larga Lodge, they are incredible hosts with the only goal in mind of making the clients feel like they are part of the family.

The Lodge is a cozy mountain style lodge on the edge of Laguna Larga Lake, with exceptional views and unique privacy. The 500 acres of Los Alerces National Park, adjacent to the lodge, offers magnificent sights of the Cordillera de los Andes.  It is ideally situated to fish some of Patagonia’s best rivers and lakes.

Up to eight fishermen can be accommodated in double occupancy rooms in full comfort.  The high level of cuisine is one of the outstanding characteristics of Laguna Larga Lodge. Chef, Paulo Senra will wet your appetite with beef dishes, for which Argentina is famous, as well with French food based on the magnificent produce of Patagonia.

The Lodge stocks a selection of the best argentine wines, with wine tasting evenings conducted by Andres. The Lodge is now offering a selection of 100 different labels which they stock in their wine cave.  You have the opportunity to learn about the wines from all the different regions of Argentina

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