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Patagonia Trout Fishing Trip

Patagonia Trout Fishing Trip

By Argentinas_Anglers
Trip Plan Tags: 
adventure,
outdoors + nature
Destinations: 
Argentina,
Argentine Patagonia,
Central + South America,
San Carlos de Bariloche

Patagonia Trout: Trouts in Patagonia are strong and combative. The most profitable technique to fish from the boat is casting towards the coast. That´s why we suggest being alert when it comes to pulling the line up close to the boat.The average weight is 8 pounds. Argentina’s Anglers (AA) is a full service fishing travel company devoted to arrange quality outdoor experiences for individuals, groups and corporate teams. Site: www.argentinasanglers.com E mail: info@argentinasanglers.com

ITEMS

$300-$399
Editor's Pick
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Hotel

El Casco Art Hotel, Argentina

Avenida Bustillo, Km 11.5
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina
Tel: 54 2944 463131
Email: info@hotelelcasco.com
Website: www.hotelelcasco.com

There's nothing particularly Patagonian about El Casco Art Hotel, despite its privileged lakefront location near tourist hub Bariloche. This place sits beneath hikers' favorite Cerro Otto and Lake Nahuel Huapi, a lake so deep and unexplored it's reputed to harbor its own Loch Ness–style monster, Nahuelito. Following a decade's neglect, El Casco was renovated and reopened in 2007. New owner Ignacio Gutiérrez Zaldívar, a Buenos Aires art collector, has opted for quiet refinement over Bariloche's all-too-prevalent pseudo-Bavarian shtick, hanging more than 300 works of modern Argentine art throughout this sober, impeccable property. Comfort triumphs over cutting-edge design in the 33 ample rooms—each named after a contemporary Argentine artist and sporting a series of paintings by its namesake—and and all have a view of the lapwings, cormorants, and upland geese that cluster along the Nahuel Huapi shoreline. In the restaurant, exec chef Fernando Trocca (owner of buzzing Buenos Aires eatery Sucre) lifts Patagonian staples by pairing turkey with truffles, trout with ginger, and duck with roasted figs and fresh blackberries. Other standout features include a heated indoor/outdoor pool that billows steam into the chilly evening air and a winter transfer service for skiers to a private lounge at the foot of the Cerro Catedral slopes.

Information may have changed since the date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.