Argentina, Tierra del Fuego 2018 bookings now being taken
By Charlie White
The 2017 season will be remembered for an extremely high average weight of fish - it hovered around 13lbs for the first six weeks of the season which is an extraordinary statistic.
Heavy rains and difficult conditions hampered the fishing towards the latter end but there were still some very impressive specimens landed and it remains, by some distance, the very best sea trout fishing on the planet.
With a dedicated commitment to improving the lodges, transfer vehicles, the wine, the food and the guiding staff it is clear that Maria Behety is just getting better and better. Demand for rods is always high but we are now starting the rebooking process and if you would like to express an interest please contact Charlie White as soon as possible.
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