Fly Fishing for Trophy Sea-Run Brown Trout
Tierra del Fuego, meaning the “Land of Fire” in Spanish, is an archipelago off the southernmost tip of the South American continent, with Chile controlling the western half and Argentina governing the eastern half of the mainland. The eastern region is made up of rolling hills and vast, barren grazeland that quickly transitions to beautiful mountainous areas and beech tree forests on the western parts of the island. With ubiquitous winds and cool average temperatures, the summer weather in Tierra del Fuego is like that found in the Aleutian Island chain on the Alaska Peninsula near Russia. The destinations featured here provide incredibly unique sea-run brown trout fishing. Still, they all are similar because they have professional and knowledgeable guides, quality accommodations, and outstanding food and wine with access to these amazing southern waters and the trophy fish that swim in them.