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The Coyhaique region of southern Chile is a place of stunning beauty with big mountains, thick forests and rolling farmland. To the east is a semi-arid steppe and to the west is a temperate rainforest that lies along the coastline. But in between is an angler’s paradise of lakes, rivers and streams that teem with trout.
Coyhaique River Lodge was established to treat anglers to what many feel is the best fishing in all of Chile. The lodge takes anglers to the Simpson, Nirehuao, Paloma and Emperador Guillermo rivers, as well as many smaller streams on private land.
The attractive lodge facility is a short walk from the banks of the Coyhaique River. Eight anglers can spend a week here and not fish all of the waters offered in the program.
Shorter stays are available, but why leave this fisherman’s paradise early?