Next season in Tierra del Fuego
It may only be the start of summer but rods in Tierra Del Fuego for 2016 are already becoming increasingly scarce.
It says something for the destination that whilst it is one of our most remote fisheries, it also has one of the highest repeat rates of any of the lodges that we represent. We have been sending rods there for over 20 years now and it is a destination we all know well and look forward to talking about.
Next season will run from the end of December 2015 to mid-April 2016 and the following rods are available at the time of writing:
Estancia Maria Behety (12 rods per week):
2nd – 9th January (6 rods)
9th – 16th January (2 rods)
16th – 23rd January (1 rod)
6th – 13th February (1 rod)
20th – 27th February (1 rod)
12th – 19th March (3 rods)
19th – 26th March (7 rods)
2nd – 9th April (12 rods)
La Villa Maria Behety (6 rods per week)
26th December – 2nd January (6 rods)
2nd – 9th April (6 rods)
For more information on the fishing programme and prices for the weeks above please do not hesitate to contact either Charlie White or Hannah Treliving who have both been lucky enough to fish these fabled waters.
Isobel S with one of 9 fish she and her husband Ian, landed on just one session on the Rio Grande. A great session for sure but made slightly more epic when you are told that they were sharing a rod and that the combined weight of those 9 sea trout was 122lbs. Just an astonishing fishery.
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.
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.