Rio Grande, Argentina and Tierra del Fuego. Just the names conjure up visions of ocean fed Sea Run Brown Trout held in the hands of victorious anglers in a far away land burnt by wind and sun. With high daily catch rates of fish averaging 10-13lbs and strong returns every year, experienced anglers know that Sea Run Brown trout fishing on the Rio Grande in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina is superior to any other anadromous Brown Trout river in the world. Couple this fishery with some of the finest lodges in Argentina and Tierra del Fuego becomes the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.
Sea Run Brown Trout fishing on the Rio Gallegos in Santa Cruz is now on every anglers’ radar. From the snow capped Andes to the Atlantic Ocean, the 300 kilometer Gallegos River traverses the sparse, southern province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. Although the Rio Gallegos has as many returning Sea Run Brown Trout as the Rio Grande, it offers a very different angling experience.