In Patagonia is practice the fishing sport, on the sea and on shore, and in freshwater lakes and rivers. You can use different methods and even, in some cases, the fish caught are returned to water immediately.
Sport fishing also requires the mastery of one or more means to do it, as well as equipment designed especially to it.
Fans should not rely solely on their luck, they must demonstrate their knowledge and skills, your goal should not only take the largest piece, but must observe nature, appreciate and preserve it, to reach a true recreation and take advantage benefits the sport offers.
If you are starting out in the sport of fishing and do not know which are the best places to practice the activity, here’s a list of five best places to conquer:
Fishing in Patagonia Argentina
There is a long list of places where you can fish in Patagonia as in the case of Villa La Angostura, just 45 kilometers from the border with Chile. Correntoso Lake, the Nahuel Huapi and the Mirror are featured scenarios. The season here runs from November to March.
Canada, British Columbia:
In this vast country is practiced fly fishing, there predominate salmonids. Sonora Island, British Columbia, Campbell River area and the Queen Charlotte Islands are some of the most famous. The season in Canada is from late April, May to mid-September.
There are many good locations, especially in rivers, for the practice of sport fishing. Asturias is a good place for fly fishing. The Sella and Narcea are famous destinations for fishing salmon and trout inmates. Rivers such as the Veral, Gallego and Aragon are another option to practice this form. Their season is from May to August.
It is one of the most preferred destinations for those who practice fly fishing. The Blackfoot River in Missoula, the Bitterroot, the Clark Fork, Missouri and Lake Georgetown. Trout are the most common species there. The season runs from April to November.
It is a destination with more than one hundred thousand lakes and rivers for fishing quality salmon and trout. Loch Achray, Loch Katrine and Loch Lomond are the best known. In some of them only allow fly fishing. Depending on the areas and species, you can go fly fishing throughout the year.
If for your recreation and leisure fishing choose to have fun and get in touch with nature, you can also visit the coasts of Australia, Britain, New Zealand or the United States, some of the best places to practice this sport by classification of the International Game Fish Association.