Patagonia, Argentina


Estancia Laguna Verde is located in the remote part of the Patagonia region and is home to the largest rainbow trout in the world. Estancia Laguna Verde is located on the southern end of Jurassic Lake – also known as Lake Strobel. The season runs from early November through late April. 


Lake Strobel is the most famous still water in the world for catching behemouth sized rainbows. Etanica Laguna Verde has over 14km of accessible water on Lake Strobel where one can expect to site fish to these true monsters. Estancia Laguna Verde also has the only exclusive access to the one tributary of the lake, The Barrancoso River and Estancia Laguna Verde has over 10km of access on the river. On this trip, one can expect to fish with nymphs, streamers, and big dry flies on each of the unique settings.

Guests will fly to Buenos Aires where it is recommended to spend a day in the beautiful city. After spending the night in Buenos Aires, guests will fly to El Calafate, where it is then a 4-5 hour car ride to the Estancia. 

Estancia Laguna Verde can accommodate 10 anglers per week. The Estancia has 7 double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and hot water. This working ranch has comfortable accommodations in an area that is very remote. The Estancia overlooks Lake Laguna Verde, which is loaded with large brown and rainbow trout. 

In addition to Lake Stroble and the Barrancoso River, Estancia Laguna Verde also boasts 12 additional lakes on the property with a spring creek type river flowing between the lakes called Moro creek, providing incredible early season fishing. 

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