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If you ever wanted to see what the American West might have looked and felt before the crowds and subsequent development took place, the vast "Patagonia" region in South America affords a second chance to see things "the way they used to be". More than just fantastic fishing, Argentina offers unique culture, cuisine and memories that will endure.
Estancia Alicura Lodge
Located in Northern Patagonia, a short distance from Bariloche, Estancia Alicura sits on over 200,000 acres of the area's most unspoiled, rugged mountains, plains and forests. The 15,000-acre lake situated on the Estancia is fed by three Andes Mountain rivers (Collon Cura, Caleufu and Limay) that produce above average size German Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and land-locked salmon offering the fly angler a Patagonia trip of a lifetime.
Rio Manso Lodge
Rio Manso Lodge , located just south of San Carlos de Bariloche, smack dab in the middle of the Andes Lake District has it all: fabulous fishing, gracious hosts and charming accomodations, great food and incredible scenery.