A stunning new video of the PatagoniaOne programme
One of the most popular options at Patagonian BaseCamp, the cross-border, PatagoniaOne programme, combines the best fishing on both sides of the Andes.
A 10-night package which includes 3 days of fishing from Las Pampas Lodge in the Río Pico valley in Argentina. Followed by a seamless 2 hour transfer to Chile where anglers spend 3 more days of floating the spectacular Figueroa reach out of our TempleCamp and then transitioning back into the standard BaseCamp format for another 3 days of fishing.
As the distances between the lodges are short, there is no loss of fishing time. The 10-night package allows you 9 full days of the most diverse fishing. For those wishing to combine those stellar wilderness day floats with some “off-the-grid” small stream walk and wade trips this PatagoniaOne program is a must-do.
To see a new video on the stunning PatagoniaOne programme, please click here.
What do you want from a fishing destination?
We are all different but if you want reliability, big fish, excellent guides, supremely comfortable lodges, a week of varied fishing techniques and fabulous food and drink then you really shouldn’t look any further than the Maria Behety fishing on the Rio Grande in Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina.
One of the great pleasures of working in the travel business is when you speak to returning clients who have had a fishing holiday that has surpassed all their expectations. It is really rewarding to hear the genuine enthusiasm in their voices as they tell you all about it. I recently spoke to clients who just returned from ten days of fishing the rivers and lakes from Patagonian BaseCamp in Chile.
It was a great fishing week. Lots of fresh fish coming in from the ocean. We had excellent sessions fishing floating lines and sunray shadow or emb.
108 fish for the week.
Dave P was our top rod (as usual) with 23 fish in the net. Clel N landed 22 fish.
Karl S landed the fish of the week: 19 pounds.