Patagonia's Estancia del Zorro is in the Coyhaique Alto
mountain range on the Chilean-Argentine border, 23 miles
from Coyhaique, Chile. The 15,000 acre Estancia rests in
the habitat of the red fox (zorro), the namesake of the
Estancia. An abundance of condors, ragles, a myriad of other
birds, and unexplored brown trout entice flyfishers and
bird watchers to follow the trail of the red fox.
and a knoledgeable, patient guide explore the holls, canyons,
forests, mountains, pampas, and waters of the Estancia.
Your guide helps you flyfish for brown trout on two rivers
and on a 15 mile spring creek with browns up to an astonishing
12 pounds, all within the Estancia's private boundaries.
stay at the Estancia
del Zorro in Chile to fish and explore private waters in
both Chile and Argentina on this trip. We combine fishing
for resident brown trout on the Estancia del Zorro with
fishing for rainbows on an Argentine Estancia.
breakfast, you alternate fishing locations during your stay.
You fish one day in Chile. The next day you cross the border
into Argentina With your bilingual guide. a Scenic 35-minute
drive across the Chilean-Argentine border traverses the
Argentine pampas to the river. On the road to the river,
you pass small lagunas - habitat for swans, shorebirds,
and pink flamingos.