Tag Archives: chile fly fishing

Photo Essay: The Magic of Chilean Patagonia

Written by: Tim Romano


This is just one of the reasons anglers travel to the waters around Coyhaique, Chile.
All photos by Tim Romano

Last Spring, my wife Ellie and I have were lucky enough to spend twelve days fishing the insanely varied water around the small southern Patagonian town of Coyhaique, Chile, with the owner. . .

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Photo Essay: Chilean Patagonia’s Magic Waters


Written by: Phil Monahan

Although there are some rainbows in the region, the focus is on what’s dominating this fishery, mature brown trout.
All photos by Brett Seng

Orvis vice chairman Dave Perkins has been down in southern Chile, at Magic Waters Patagonia, in the Aysén region. Also along for the trip is photographer Brett Seng, who shot these . . .

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Photos: Big Browns and Mountain Spires in Southern Chile


Written by: Phil Monahan

The big browns were eating streamers on the local spring creeks, as Abby discovered.
Photos courtesy Remota Patagonia Lodge

Last week, our colleague from Orvis Travel, Abby Liell, made a trip to Remota Patagonia Lodge near Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile and she sent in the great images. Not. . .

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Photo of the Day: Sarah’s First Brownie


Written by: Phil Monahan

That’s a pretty good first brown trout, and it will take some doing to top it.
Photo courtesy Yan Kee Way Lodge

When you come to work at Orvis, it’s hard not to catch the fishing bug. Sarah Thies, Department Manager of Orvis Travel, arrived last spring and has already caught plenty of rainbows and. . .

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