Experienced anglers looking for challenges will not be disappointed! In the pristine waters of our quiet, uncrowded lakes and rivers, you will be challenged by wild, very crafty trout.
We strongly recommend the next highlights within Nahuel Huapi National Park: 

Big trout of Lake Nahuel Huapi: Surrounded by the stunning beauty of the majestic Andes mountains and its dense native forests you’ll have the chance to catch large brown, rainbow, and brook trout in the Park’s most extensive lake.
Caddisflies Hatch: From mid-November and until the end of January, there are caddisflies hatches all throughout the National Park, but especially on the Limay river, where they are intense and trigger frenzied trout feeding activity. Expect to have memorable days of dry fly fishing!
Dragonflies Hatch: See the spectacular “Show of the Dragonflies” during December and early January, where in the mountain lakes and Manso river trout simply cannot resist jumping completely out of the water to catch the hatching dragonflies! It’s a sight worth seeing, and fishing with floating lines and patterns of these large insects will often provide a truly unique fishing day.
Brown Trout Migratory Run: Each year, starting in late March and throughout April and May, large brown trout migrate from Lake Nahuel Huapi to the Limay river to begin their spawning cycle. This is when the most diverse fishers come to our region from around the world to take up the challenge of angling for these huge, clever trout in the beautiful, calm, and crystalline Limay river.