Monday, November 11, 2019

Guided DIY Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina and Chile: Save up to 50%

Today's Blog Post


Eight years ago, I decided not to purchase or build a Patagonia fly fishing lodge.  Instead, I started a fly fishing business-service called Guided DIY Fly Fishing.  My soon to be partner thought I was crazy, and he asked, "How will we compete against lodges, booking agents, fly shop group travel, and what the heck is guided DIY fly fishing?"  My reply:


"Our services and pricing will be in the middle -- between lodge and pure DIY anglers (i.e., dirt sleepers, who never hire guides).  We offer value for independent travelers/anglers, who prefer limited assistance, yet desire the very best fishing experiences via pro-guiding."  

Our clients...

- Save up to 50% vs. lodge services
- Fish up to 12 hours per day
- Fish best waters at best times (maximum flexibility)
- Combine walk-wade, float, and camping
- Prefer no wine-dine services (no 1-2 hour shore lunch)
- Opt to bring their own food/beverage (we have iced coolers)
- Freedom to explore town activities, restaurants, bars, etc

How...  

We greet you at the airport; You stay anywhere in town; We offer a brief tour of the town (e.g., fishing license, grocery store, bank, ATM, bars/restaurants, etc).  Then we FISH -- it's that simple.

We offer In-Season and Off-Season Pricing
for 

2019/2020 Argentina and Chile Fly Fishing Season
November 1st to May 31st

Guided DIY Locations-Species


Junin de los Andes, Argentina.  Brown, Rainbow, Brook Trout
Rio Gallegos Argentina: Sea Run Brown Trout
Northern Argentina/Uruguay/Paraguay: Golden Dorado



















Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.  King Salmon



















Rio Santa Cruz, Argentina. Steelhead


Read Client Testimonials

Feel free to request pricing via email, and we are happy to answer questions via video or cell phone calls.

Email Mark

USA: +1-603-315-8800 (Colorado, MDT)

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