Enjoy the incomparable experience of fly fishing Dorado, piranha
and tararira, surrounded by a unique landscape. Located very close
to Buenos Aires (a 90-minute drive), San Pedro consists of a delta
where hundreds of streams and channels get together, giving home
to these species, so desired by fishermen. An easy way to enjoy
wilderness, having the chance to see a lot of birds, turtles, capybara
and sometimes alligators.
The freshwater Dorado is considered to be the single most challenging
native freshwater game fish of South America. It is a radiant, golden-hued,
salmon-like fish with an extremely powerful jaw and razor-sharp
teeth. Unlike the salmon, however, the Dorado does not succumb after
spawning and never swims to the ocean. The Dorado is an exceptionally
strong swimmer and normally ranges (in this area) in size from 5
to 10 pounds, although the world record is 70 pounds.
An ideal program for businessmen or visitors staying at Buenos Aires
and for all those seeking new adventures and destinations.
07.00 hs Transfer from your hotel in Buenos Aires city.
08.45 hs Arrival at San Pedro.
09.00 hs Getting ready. Boat trip to Islas. Starting fishing day.
13.00 hs Lunch / Typical Argentina asado (barbecue) at the shore
of the river
18.00 hs End of fishing day.
18.30 hs Arrival at the pier.
19.00 hs Return to Buenos Aires city.
20.30 hs Arrival to your hotel in Buenos Aires city.
One or Two anglers (or 1 angler + 1 non-fishing)
days fishing / 1 night (accommodation
included / double base room)
or Two anglers (or 1 angler + 1 non-fishing)
transfer from your hotel in Buenos Aires city to the fishing area
round-trip, trucker boat with captain, bilingual professional guide,
water, refreshments, beer, wine, snacks, lunch (typical "asado"
Argentina BBQ, flies or lures, complete fishing tackle.
Not included: Clothes,
personal equipment, personal insurance and gratuities.
Light shirt and trousers for tropical weather (Exoficcio, Patagonia,
Columbia, etc.), hat or cap, tennis shoes or a good pair of sandals,
a light waterproof jacket, a polar sweatshirt (the temperature decreases
when sailing) polarized sunglasses, sunblock SPF 40 or higher, Insect
If you wish, you can bring your own equipment.
Fly Fishing tackle:
Rods: Two, if possible. 9ft, 5 and 7weight. 3-or 4- piece, if possible.
Reels: A reel with a good drag system, holding at least 80 yards
of 20-pound test backing.
Lines: WF floating line and a sinking tip line.
Leaders: for 5- to 7-foot floating lines with strong butts to turn
big flies, 16-pound test tippets with 20 cm of 20-pound test steel
Fies: Sizes 2/0 and 3/0, Deceiver patterns. Also poppers and divers
with muddler head, weighted. Colors: black, black and red or black
and yellow, chartreuse, white and yellow and white and olive have
proved good options.
Accesories: tweezers, hook sharpener, nippers, boga grip, etc.