“Extending across Argentina and Chile, Patagonia offers blue-ribbon angling on both sides of the border. I chose to fish on the Chilean side, in the Aysen region, near the city of Coyhaique. That area is known for its combination of rivers and lakes, and is generally less windy than other parts of Patagonia (wind is kryptonite to a fly-fisher).”
Jon Gluck writes about a magical trip to south Chile that included beautiful waters, Patagonia “traffic jams,” and asado-induced sleep. In The New York Times.