Such a unique river and fishery!
The Middle Limay River is a big river that initially became famous because of the large migratory browns that are usually landed between late March and May.
Anglers also called this river the river of 1.000 casts.... BUT thisi is not exactly fair.
This river is problably one of the healthiest habitats for a large population of trout we have available in all Northern Patagonia.
The Middle Limay river system offers every type of structure that any angler should be interested in fishing. From big deep pools to the smallest side channels, fishing this river is simply a blast!
With the right weather you can easilly spot hundreds of rising trout (mainly good size rainbows) surface feeding out of some dense caddis or mayflies hatches.
There are many sight fishing opportunities fishing along some of the cliffs and high banks, pockets and shallow runs and small lagoons that get connected and disconnected to the river system depending on the water flow.
This is an amazing tail-water fishery guaranteeing good flow, temperature, clarity and cleanness at all times.