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14 Jun Las Buitreras with Grzegorz Fryc (Poland) – 18-25 February 2017

HOSTED TRIP

WITH GRZEGORZ FRYC
LOCATION: LAS BUITRERAS – ARGENTINA

Dates: 18-25 February 2017

42KM of private water – both banks.

 

Lodge-record: 31 1/2 lb. (weighted) seatrout.

 

English & Polish speaking host.

“One of the worlds most unique mystery of nature takes place here in Rio Gallegos, and the incredible atmosphere of this place completes the act of great adventure celebrating the bond between human and nature.”

The Las Buitreras section of this stunning river is our own little chrome treasure and once it grab holds of you it never lets go. The fishing is exciting and varied with pools ranging from deep stony runs to cut banks and streamy shingle flats. Relatively shallow, the river makes for easy wading, obviating the need for fast sinking lines and creating an exciting and challenging fishing environment. Fishing is mainly done using single hand rods or light double hand rods rigged with floating or slow intermediate lines. Long casting is not the focus but rather to control the fly and always be ready. The takes are often violent and these fish really puts on a show once they are hooked! It is this variety in combination with the visually inspiring mountainous outcrops, that makes this part of the Rio Gallegos quite simply one of the most spectacular stretches of fly fishing water in Patagonia. Sometimes explosive, always challenging, fishing for sea trout requires a level of skill, watercraft and understanding that can frustrate the average salmon angler. However, armed with the correct knowledge to unlock these secrets the fishing on the Rio Gallegos can be immensely rewarding and highly addictive.

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The Las Buitreras section of this stunning river is our own little chrome treasure and once it grab holds of you it never lets go. The fishing is exciting and varied with pools ranging from deep stony runs to cut banks and streamy shingle flats. Relatively shallow, the river makes for easy wading, obviating the need for fast sinking lines and creating an exciting and challenging fishing environment. Fishing is mainly done using single hand rods or light double hand rods rigged with floating or slow intermediate lines. Long casting is not the focus but rather to control the fly and always be ready. The takes are often violent and these fish really puts on a show once they are hooked! It is this variety in combination with the visually inspiring mountainous outcrops, that makes this part of the Rio Gallegos quite simply one of the most spectacular stretches of fly fishing water in Patagonia. Sometimes explosive, always challenging, fishing for sea trout requires a level of skill, watercraft and understanding that can frustrate the average salmon angler. However, armed with the correct knowledge to unlock these secrets the fishing on the Rio Gallegos can be immensely rewarding and highly addictive.

HOST

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Born in 1976 in Poland. His first rod was a gift on the day of baptism at the age of 3 months. Dedicated to fly fishing since the age of 16 reached a peak of his career in his homeland in 2000-2005 representing the young generation in the industry. One of the pioneers and promoters of fly fishing techniques on lowland waters. Associate journalist of fishing magazines in Poland until 2005. Since 2006 chased the opportunities for further development in the UK, which turned out to be a whole new chapter and window to the great world of fly fishing. Legendary fisheries and the big names, the tradition and the cradle of discipline stirred the driving forces behind further work and development under the guidance of mentors such as Vick Knight, Illtyd Griffiths, Karl Humphries. The fascination with distant fishing grounds inspired travelling across the globe. In 2010, founded Flyfishing Expeditions and begun his exploration of the atolls of Maldives in the Indian Ocean. The ongoing passion for the tropical blue crossed with fascination for the fishing grounds in the Arctic Circle and South America. Currently operates from Poland where he returned with his experience, business and family. Always full of passion and smiling. Constantly thriving on introducing others to the mysteries of nature – “Discover the world’s wilderness and art of flyfishing.

If you want to join Greg on his exploits to Argentina, contact him directly: contact@troutland.com.pl

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