Patagonia River Guides’ Trevelin area fishing programs can quite honestly be some of the most sought after and highest quality in all of Argentina and the Patagonia region. The geographical region around Esquel and Trevelin offer incredible diverse fishing opportunities including two-dozen rivers and a multitude of lake fishing options. From the desert spring creeks to the rainforest water of Los Alerces National Park, everything is within grasp for the angler during this WorldCast Anglers Destination Travel offering in the wilds of Patagonia.
WorldCast Anglers hosted a wonderful group of anglers last week at Patagonia River Guides Lodge in Trevelin, Argentina. Anglers truly experienced the diversity of fishing options during their stay. Plenty of trout where landed, others got away and everyone left the trip with numerous memories and fishing stories that were created to last a lifetime. Whether it was streamer fishing the legendary Frey River for monster brown trout, hooking into an energetic rainbow on the mighty Rio Grande, or casting small dry flies on the desert spring creek of the Patagonia steppe, this trip caters to all angler styles, interests and abilities.
Plenty of anglers during the week in Trevelin were inducted into the legendary Patagonia River Guides “25-inch club”. Congrats to WCA group member Sean “Thirsty” McDermott and his 28-inch monster rainbow trout landed with Patagonia River Guides Head Guide Esteban Oszust. In addition WCA’s Mike Dawkins landed a 27-inch brown trout in the Frey River, also with Patagonia River Guides Head Guide Esteban Oszust! Many remember the “Mouse Eating Monster of the Rivadavia” from last years WCA hosted week with Patagonia River Guides. Those mouse eating fish are still around, holding their weight and crushing streamers with aggressiveness and vigor!
Unlike many hosted destinations, the guides and team at Patagonia River Guides make you part of their extended family during the week. Complete with gourmet Argentine cuisine, complementary single occupancy lodging, traditional Asado for dinner and a new Malbec wine to try every day; the wilds and comforts of Patagonia are presented to and experienced by every angler with vast amounts of wonderful Argentine hospitality. If you are interested in experiencing some of the greatest trout fishing on the planet in combination with a culturally rich journey into the Patagonia region of Argentina, then this trip is for you!