Traful River Outfitters
Fly Fisshing In  Patagonia - Catch & Release
P.O. box 98 (8370) San Martin de los Andes - Neuquén
Phone/Fax: 0054-2972-428270 -
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The Collon Cura River runs due east toward the Atlantic ocean through the flat steppes of the eastern side of the Andes mountain range, therefore it is of warmer water conditions, thus the Collon Cura is one of the most populated rivers in our system, it's banks are lined with willows, rosehip bushes and volcanic rock, providing ideal conditions for the terrestrial insect life which this River is known for.

Daily fishing programs on the Collon Cura river consist on floating an average distance of six miles, during which you will experience the most versatile fishing in the area, this includes wading different waters: flat runs and fast water, deep slow pools with high banks and huge back eddies holding rainbows and browns, surface feeding for inch worms, beetles and dry flies.

These trips can be a full day or half day program, depending on weather conditions.
You will leave the lodge after breakfast for a full day of fishing, stopping at midday for a picnic lunch, cold meats, tarts, salads and a splash of red wine to get your energy going again for the evening fishing which tends to be very productive.

The average catch goes from ten (10) to thirty (30) fish a day and the average size is sixteen (16) inches, trout over twenty two (22) inches are not uncommon.
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