Fly Fishing in Patagonia Argentina

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Patagonia is a vast, wild region spanning the 40th and 55th parallels south. It is made up of both Chile and Argentina, and at over 400,000 square miles, it is more than twice the size of California.

While its signature feature is the incredibly dramatic spine of the Andes Mountains, Patagonia is comprised of an unparalleled variety of landscapes, including the arid high desert, glaciated granite spires, lush semi- temperate rain forests and virtually every bioregion in between.

Lia Schleimer fishing on Lake Menéndez, a 10 year record. 8,5 kilos

The Rio Pico region of Chubut province, Argentina is probably the most diverse region of all Patagonia and known somewhat privately amongst the area guides and outfitters as the best “big trout” country in all of Patagonia.

This is probably the most diverse region of all of Patagonia: you can fish for many species. Brook trout, rainbow trout, brown trout and Chinook (King) salmon are willing to chase your flies.

From the Andes to the Pampas, the landscape is so diverse that within a day’s range one can find totally separate ecosystems. Comprised of an immense network of interconnected gin-clear creeks and lakes, hidden among stunning scenery, these waters are far off the beaten path, flowing west to the Pacific as they cut their way back through the Andes. One can fish for a variety of species including Brook, Rainbow, Brown Trout—and  Chinook (King) Salmon are sometimes willing to chase your flies. 

No other destination offers the beauty, variety, or productivity of the Rio Pico.

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About Lia Schleimer

Lia Schleimer was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She received her education in Buenos Aires, Geneva, Switzerland and the University of Colorado.Prior to her real estate career in Buenos Aires, Lia owned her own real estate company, Orca Propiedades in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, and was associated with Sotheby’s International Real Estate in California, Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as in Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.In addition to property sales, her work with Sotheby’s included operations in the affiliation of two Mexican real estate offices, in Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta. She was responsible for coordinating all marketing and advertising, as well as overseeing budgets and tracking all listings.Prior to her real estate career, Lía was a Certified Paralegal, giving her a strong background in contracts, title search and the laws affecting real estate.Being raised in a tri-cultural background, resulting in fluent English, Spanish, and French; including an extensive background in real estate, marketing and business in the U.S., Mexico and Argentina, has provided Lia with a unique set of skills. She is well acquainted with regulations and the foreign investment laws that govern the sale and purchase of property by foreigners, can provide concise communications on a multi-cultural level and negotiate effectively to provide an unparalleled representation and service to her clients.

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