WEEKLY AND TEN DAY PACKAGES
Lodging in a ranch (Estancia) or in a Resort and Spa in San Martin
de los Andes town. All services included. During the week we get to
float and wade every river in the area. Ask us about the luxury
camping on the river banks.
WEEKLY AND 3 DAY PACKAGES
We have very convenient packages of the best fishing for those
fishermen who can only spare a weekend or just three days. If you are
in Buenos Aires and want to spend the weekend fishing, we pick you up
Friday evening at the airport, we go fishing Saturday and Sunday, and
we take you to the airport for the last flight back on the same
This river runs for 100 miles (160 km). It is born from Alumine lake, and during its way receives water from many medium and small seized tributary rivers and creeks (i.e., Pulmari, Ruca Choroi, Quillen, Nahuel Mapi, Malleo). Alumine river ends at the confluence with Chimehuin river. Deep pools, runs and riffles, big rocks and fallen woods forming spectacular pockets and drop offs, all of them home for trophy browns and rainbows. PWT offers the possibility to float it. One of our main lodges is on the bank of this river.
FLOATING LIMAY RIVER
This program offers the chance to get to know fishing sites outside
the mainstream circuit. After a three to four hour trek along the
Andes Mountains we get to virgin sites, where the best fishing can be
done because the water there has not been under any fishing pressure.
We bring along a chef and our staff will carry the gear for us to put
together a luxury camping.
You will get to see the most beautiful sights while you fish on
pristine waters with a high density of big trout. Wade magical streams
and float on far away lagoons in the middle of the mountains, where
the landscape will be there just for you.
HOLIDAYS IN PATAGONIA
We also offer excursions to the Limay River. Our packages to float
this wonderful river go from three to six days. The Limay is the
dwelling place of the biggest brown trout of Patagonia and of very
combative rainbow trout which take nymphs and dry flies.