Eagle Valley Lodge – Patagonia
It doesn’t happen often but every now and then a completely new, formerly unknown fishing spot makes its way into the limelight of the fishing society! Such was the case when we introduced Lago Strobel as Jurassic Lake in 2006. The same can be said about Las Buitreras, Glacier King, and our Jungle Tarpon Reserve programs. All spectacular, formerly unknown spots now claiming their positions as some of the most prestigious, well known destinations within the fly fishing society.
Now we officially introduce yet another new place to the world of traveling fly anglers: Eagle Valley Lodge in Southern Patagonia!
This amazing rainbow fishery consists of two lakes connected by a river. We have monitored the fishing closely over the last couple of years to see how the population of rainbow would develop and we are more than impressed by the way things have progressed. We have seen them spawn several times already and the average weight of the fish is today between 3-5 kg with lots of bigger fish around. Eagle Valley is a Dry Fly paradise where skated surface flies are bound to go down hard!