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Chile Fly Fishing Trips

Fly Fishing the Land Where the Worlds Ends

“Chile,” wrote Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda, is a country that was “invented by a poet.”  Situated south of Peru and west of Bolivia and Argentina, Chile extends for over 2,880 miles in a serpentine ribbon stretching along the western coast of South America. From the parched, mineral-rich Atacama Desert in the north to the haunting spires of Torres del Paine National Park in the interior and further south to windy and inhospitable Tierra del Fuego, the country is best described as “nature on a colossal scale.” The towering ranges of the Andes cover one-third of Chile, and the landscape is often compared to the US Pacific Northwest. Today, tourism plays a major role throughout the country, and since the 1980s, Chile has continued to develop a reputation as one of the world’s foremost destinations for freshwater fly fishing. Indeed, fly fishing in Patagonia Chile is something every dedicated trout angler should experience within their lifetimes. 

CURRENT STATUS: On December 29, the Chilean government announced that starting on December 31, all travelers, including Chileans, foreign residents, accredited diplomats, and foreign tourists, must complete an obligatory 10-day quarantine upon their arrival to Chile.  They will be able to leave quarantine with a negative PCR result based on a test taken on or after the seventh day in quarantine.  Travelers must remain in quarantine while they await their results.
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