Who we are and what we do?
We are a boutique Guide service in Patagonia born from the desire to explore our country, specially our deep roots for the land and waters from this area, the land were we’re born and from which we have learned all of what makes us who we are today. This combined with multi generation guide expertise makes up a good match to start planing your next adventure through Patagonia.
Concentrating on two anglers at a time or smaller groups,allows us to maintain that personal service and bond that we like to share while doing this. We like our journeys and the time spent together to be truly enjoyed. And after so many years combining two generations of guide experiences we have not only had the chance to discover some of the best fishing in Patagonia, but we have also discovered the quality, and the true friendship that grows out of these trips, and we learned that this is what counts the most at the end. And because of that is that we decided to keep ourselves very personal. By this we count with the advantage of being simple, giving us total freedom to do and fish exactly the way we want to, where we want to, and at the best times.
We have prioritized true campfire meals, and open fire roasted menus over fine restaurant dinning, learning that food tastes better this way not only due to its fresh ingredients and the flavour that the smoke and fire gives to it, they taste so good because of the company and the place where its shared, experiences like this is what we’ve decided to focus our time on during our fishing trips. We encourage our guests to spend most of there time outside experiencing all of whats out here to see!
Through our program we offer many and very different options, from high end camp set ups in specific areas or drifting through some of our big rivers, to nice and cozy cabañas or lodges that we find worthy to check out. With all of these options we strategically organice your adventure in order for you to be able to experience the vast variety that this area has to offer as far as landscape and fishing opportunities during your visit. From the sharp looks of the jagged peaks of the Andes and the beauty of the rain forests that divides this sharp and green terrain into the dry and smooth warm temperatures of the “Estepa Patagonica”. Being so much too see now, what you should ask yourself is, how long are you willing to stay???