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Estancia Despedida has a few more spots for the remaining season and with river conditions whipping into shape we suspect these dates should offer up some solid fishing opportunities. 

MAR 27 – APR 03, 2010  $5000 per week
APRIL 10 – APRIL 17, 2010  $5000 per week

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Scott O’donnell, one of our favorite steelhead guides and instructors on the water has a few more spring dates available.   Scott O’donnell has the following dates open March 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 19, 20, 21. April 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10. Please give us a call at 800.552.2729 to book him.

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Coyhaique, Chile Fishing

“The fish came from a creek on the Chile-Argentina border that was not more than 10 feet wide.  The water was crystal clear and since the fly was no more than 20 feet from me I was able to see him seemingly come from nowhere and attack the nymph.  It was an awesome take!” – John Urbanowicz

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According to our friends at Estancia Despedida, Danny Lajous says “The river is producing fantastic fishing … it is really STOCKED WITH FISH … first moning of the week gave us 12 fish with 2 over 20 pounds ! I wish you were here !”  I sure wish I was there too!  —- Rachel Andras

Give me a call if you can get down there….space is still available for March.  Call Rachel at 800.552.2729

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Prime dates still available for Florida Tarpon fishing!

Jake Jordan’s Tarpon Dates Available:
April: 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
May: 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 29, 30
June: 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16
Additional Guides and dates available.  Give Rachel Andras a call at 800.552.2729 or email rachel@flywatertravel.com

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Rand Kaplan with his 22lb sea run out of Estancia Maria Behety! Way to go. And check out Rand’s spectacular Austral Pigmy Owl shot on his trekking trip to Parque Nacional Los Glaciares on the Laguna Torre trail.  Impressive!

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The Rio Grande has had a rough go most of the season so far.  Weather in both Chile and Argentina has been unseasonably wet and cold.  Tierra del Fuego has been hit hard but still seems to pull out some fish on most days, but not all.  Anglers (and guides) have been working hard for fish.  As of today, Danny Lajous from Estancia Despedida says that “The Grande came down a foot and visibility is of about 3 feet … getting better!”   Three feet of visibility is HUGE as during my trip last week we had about 3 inches visibility.  But here is a sample of some of the fish caught during my recent trip.  I’m thinking good thoughts for the river to hold out for the rest of the season.  Those fish are there and bright and we just need some relief from the rain.  Bring those heavy tips and big flies! Give me a call to hear more about my recent trip or keep a look out for my upcoming fishing report of my days returning to fish the incredible Rio Grande in Argentina!  – Rachel Andras, Fly Water Travel

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