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Travel Adventures-Estancia Del Zorro
Jean Chaintreuil
125 Sully's Trail, Suite 1
Pittsford, NY 14534
Phone 585-360-1812

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Estancia del Zorro is in the Coyhaique Alto mountain range on the Chilean-Argentine border, 23 miles northeast of Coyhaique, Chile. The 15,000-acre Estancia rests in the habitat of the red fox (zorro), the namesake of the lodge. An abundance of condors, eagles, many other birds, and unexplored waters full of brown trout enticing fly fishers and bird watchers to experience fly fishing in Chile, the beautiful countryside, and to follow the trail of the red fox.The waters at Estancia del Zorro include streams, rivers and spring creeks; all located within the boundaries of the 15,000-acre Estancia or a short drive from the lodge. Many of these waters are seldom fished, and some have only recently been discovered, producing diverse fishing conditions. While some offer exciting dry-fly action, others require challenging sight fishing in pristine, crystal clear waters where fish can grow as large as 32 inches. The Estancia Del Zorro spring creek, a mere 200 yards from the lodge, offers easy walk-in fishing for large, heavy brown trout. You will also have the unique opportunity to explore private freestone streams in both Argentina and Chile, two countries in one trip, reached within an hour ride by four-wheel-drive vehicles from the lodge.
FlyFishing*Salmon
Travel Adventures-Patagonian-BaseCamp Lodge
Jean Chaintreuil
125 Sully's Trail, Suite 1
Pittsford, NY 14534
Phone 585-360-1812

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You can't beat the beauty and pristine conditions of Patagonia. Countless rivers, creeks and brooks bring the rain and melting water from the mighty Andes Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. In almost all of these waters wild trout live and reproduce in abundance. Even salmon are finding their way upstream to their spawning beds. The population of trout consists of wild brown and rainbow trout, but also some brook trout. Every day you will have the chance to catch a real wild trophy fish in, without any doubt, one of world’s most beautiful natural environments. During your expeditions in the wilderness you might (in the right time of the year) even expect Coho (Silver), Chinook (King) and Atlantic salmon. The fortunate absence of bears, poisonous snakes or swarms of mosquitoes makes Patagonia a safe and pleasant outdoor destination. Because Chile is so narrow you can fish in totally different scenery each day: wading in a virgin river in the dry semi-pampas where grasshoppers are the daily food for trout; drifting in a row boat or belly boat in a mountain lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains while a damsel imitation is decorating your tippet or wading in the mouth of a river, where salmon, steelheads and sea run browns commence their upstream journey while feeding on Pancora (a crayfish specie) or floating down a crystal clear river through the evergreen forest and launching your fly from a drift boat. Enjoy maximum diversity in fly-fishing in pristine scenery without seeing any other fishermen other than your own partner.










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