FLY FISHING GUIDES BARILOCHE PATAGONIA ARGENTINA . .
Streamers will kill them!
It is the beginning month of the season. The rivers are full of spring thaws. The trout, in post spawning season, are hungry. In this month, the best option is to fish them with sinking lines and large streamers. We will find them close to the banks and behind some backwater or willow. We get to capture large rainbows and browns that have not yet returned to the lake.
The beginning of the hatches
At the end of November and during the first week of December, water levels tend to be much lower. Mayflys and caddis hatches are the best of the year, as well as dragonflies and damselflies. On these occasions we will use floating lines with imitations of the insect hatch of the moment.
JanuaryThe summer, the hatches
Warm weather, active trout!
Summer is already here, warm days and more sunlight gives us the opportunity to fish during massive hatches and wade in shorts. These days trout are fatter and stronger, they are much more selective and therefore more difficult to catch. The ideal is to use floating lines with the imitation that the guide recommends. Try to fish where the currents are faster and the water is more oxygenated.
FebruaryHot waters, no wadders!
Feel the summer, fish confortable!
The hottest days but with optimal water levels. The best times to fish are the hatches that occur during sunrises and sunsets. We have to try to visualize the fedding lines where we can get the best results.
MarchThe weather will start changing!
The migration will start, maybe!
The first half of March trout are still selective, but from the second half of March the days begin to be colder and therefore the temperature of the water begins to drop. Little by little trout begin with a new spawning cycle, school of large browns that live in the lake during the summer re-enter the river.
AprilThe big browns are there
Migratory Browns in the river!
With the arrival of autumn the first storms allow the brown migration run. The days after the storms are auspicious for these large trout. Hooking these migratory browns is going to demand the maximum from fishermen and guides, but once the goal is fulfilled all the hard work transforms into a memorable memory.
MaySchools of Browns in the river
Time to catch the trophy!
It is the ideal month to try ripping off some lips of these great migratory trouts. With schools of browns already settled in the river, it’s time great rainbows begin their run. We have to wear # 7 rods with sag lines and large streamers that can irritate our friends. The possibility of obtaining our trophy trout is unbeatable.