Introduction Class to Spey Casting in Patagonia: 2-Day Adventure at Rio Serrano

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Surrounded by mountains, glaciers, and crystal blue rivers, there’s no better place to fly fish than in the middle of the 8th Wonder of the World. If you would like to take your fly fishing to the next level, this spey casting class is especially designed for you.This introduction class gives you the opportunity of spending two days of spey casting at one of the most popular fly fishing spots in Southern Patagonia and learning how to cast into the wind.While washing your soul with pure air and immense tranquility at Rio Serrano, you will learn:- Spey casting techniques (Skagit vs Scandi)- Essential knots for spey casting- How to choose your gear and tackle- Proper fly selection for spey casting- How to read water and currents- Wading safety- How to play, land, and safely release big fish
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productLocated at Torres del Paine National Park, Rio Serrano is one of the most popular fly fishing spots in Southern Patagonia. Home to wild resident brown trout, sea-run brown trout and chinook salmon (king), Rio Serrano provides a wide range of fly fishing opportunities. The best season for trout would be from November to March and for chinook salmon from December to February.Duration: 2 daysLocation: Torres del Paine National Park, Puerto Natales, Magallanes Region

What’s included

  • Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Soda/Pop
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Use of rod, reel, lines, flies, wader, and boots
  • Private transportation
  • Fishing License
  • Entry/Admission - Torres del Paine National Park

What’s not included

  • Accommodation
  • Insurance
  • Tips
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