Las Pitras Lodge https://www.laspitraslodge.com It's time for your next fishing adventure Wed, 09 Oct 2019 03:54:41 +0000 es-AR hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.14 Río Carrileufu https://www.laspitraslodge.com/2019/10/03/rio-carrileufu/ Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:52:30 +0000 http://localhost/?p=786 The Carrileufu originates just outside the National Park and flows through the northern border. It is best known for early-season landlocked atlantic salmon; however, it also holds browns and rainbows. This beautiful river with some of the clearest water on earth flows from Lago Cholila through the dry Cholila Valley […]

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Río Arrayanes https://www.laspitraslodge.com/2019/10/03/rio-arrayanes/ Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:47:49 +0000 http://localhost/?p=783 The Arrayanes River connects Lago Verde to Futalaufquen Lake. The slow and deep river stretches about four miles and offers some exciting fishing mostly in the early season (Nov-Jan). The river is named for the strange trees with orange bark and snarled branches (resembling manzanitas). The
most exciting way to fish is to sight cast dry flies to cruising rainbows suspended just under the surface or pull streamers on sink tip lines to find the large browns. You won’t believe the distance a fish will move for a dry fly and how slow they eat your fly! It is a good choice when the conditions are right.

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Río Rivadavia https://www.laspitraslodge.com/2019/10/03/rio-rivadavia/ Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:32:28 +0000 http://localhost/?p=773 The Rivadavia is considered to be one of the most beautiful rivers in the world and possibly the crown jewel of Argentine fishing. It flows from Rivadavia Lake five miles until it reaches Green Lake. The fishing is challenging but very rewarding as the fish average over 18 inches and pull like freight trains! Every angler is excited about their trip to the Rivadavia because of the beauty and the numbers of fish they can see and sight fish to. The water is gin clear and the banks are lined with beech trees and fallen logs, which often times make the casting challenging. Wading and sight fishing with small nymphs is a good way to hook up as well as fishing large dries over the logs or chucking streamers under the tree lined banks to entice the large browns. There is also a fishable spring creek that flows into the Rivadavia and offers some exciting sight fishing. This river is the favorite choice for most experienced anglers because of the challenge, beauty, and the fishing.
The Rivadavia contains rainbows, browns, brook trout, and landlocked salmon.

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