07 Jun Las Buitreras with Sandro Mediani (Italy) 4-11 March 2017
Dates: 4-11 March 2017
42KM of private water – both banks.
Lodge-record: 31 1/2 lb. (weighted) seatrout.
English, Spanish & Italian speaking host!
Follow Italian host Sandro Mediani into the pampa of south Patagonia to chase the elusive heavy weight champion of the trout world. Seatrout aka. searun Browntrout up to 30lb+…
10 rods only. You don’t like crowds? Welcome to your future favorite spot!
The incomparable Rio Gallegos meanders more than 360km through desolate pampa wastelands before if finally merges into the raging atlantic ocean close to the straight of magellan. In it’s ineffable beauty a journey worth itself, it becomes the cynosure of dedicated fly anglers world wide as soon as the winter ice melts to expose the rivers so sought after searun browntrout. While their sheer size of up to 30lb+ leaves anglers and spectators alike awestruck, it’s their raging temper beyond compare that feeds the addiction of getting connected to these fish. Solid Adventures Las Buitreras lodge is home to the most prolific beats on the Rio Gallegos, consisting of over 40 kms of both sides private water comprising over 50 named pools!
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.
Born in a small village in the Italian Appenninis. Since he was a kid, he fished the creeks of his home area with his Grandfather. Growing up he startedto explore the fishing opportunities of his homecountry Italy, lookink for new waters, trying new fishing techniques and catching different species, like carp, catfish and pike. Ultimately bitten by the destination bug, he went out to explore the world of destination angling
Cuba for the flats species, Denmark and Canada for pike, Argentina for Searun-Browntrout and freshwater Dorado; and then Venezuela, Austria, Sweden and Oman.
Trough the years he did several hosted trip workin together with different operators.
In 2012 he established “Catch Outdoors” and Italian based exploration and hosted trip outfitting company to cater anglers and make some of the most sought after waters accesible to them.
He still travels a lot, hosting group of people and looking for new wonderful destinations.
Contact Sandro via Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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