|Posted on Saturday, January 08, 2005 - 8:34 am: |
What do you have in spin fishing in case I do not connect well with fly fishing?
|Posted on Saturday, January 08, 2005 - 8:36 am: |
William, if you are more comfortable with spinning perhaps you need to think more on a trip to Corrientes / Entre Rios where you can catch the more "traditional" dorados and surubies. Trevelin and Esquel are mainly fly cast areas, whereas a bit to the South you can find a combo of fly and spin, like in Bariloche. I'd say if you want to try flycasting in Esquel and decide it is not for you, then Futalaufquen Lake may be a place where you can also practice some spinning.
Travelsur does offer any packages as the ones we offer for flycast, but if you are interested and can provide me with some more details I will be happy to make a couple of calls and organize something for you.
Post Number: 29
|Posted on Sunday, December 11, 2005 - 7:30 am: |
Erna: I have been many times in Corrientes and loved Esquina where fishing is more on bait but also for spinning (I personally caught and released some Dorados by spinning).
I recomend both Hambare and Estancia La Brava for lodging and guided fishing. Been there, done it, loved it, would go back anytime,same as my wife and kids.( Except Dec/ Jan / Feb, too hot)
Not HUGE Dorados but good quantity of medium sized and small. Flyfishing is possible too.
Post Number: 242
|Posted on Sunday, December 11, 2005 - 1:07 pm: |
Santiago, how about fishing in Buenos Aires? We've been asked many times about what to fish, where to go, etc? Besides the 'Laguna the Chascomus' can you share any good fishing spot? How about Tigre? You can expand on the thread mentioned if you want.
|Posted on Friday, May 12, 2006 - 8:23 pm: |