Collon Cura River One of the top trout rivers in Northern Patagonia, the Collon Cura River offers very unique features. This is a large river that collects the waters from various other tributaries as it flows from North to South: Rivers
Aluminé, Pulmarí, Rucachoroi, Nahuel Mapi, Quilca, Quillén, Malleo, Catan Lil, Quillquihue, Chimehuin and Quemquemtreu, shed their waters into the mighty Collon Cura River.
This is a classic Patagonian plains river that meanders along the high Patagonian Steppe offering ideal conditions for profuse resident wild populations of big and healthy rainbows, browns and Patagonian perca.
Willow lined banks, sand cliffs and rolling hills shape the Collon Cura River’s unique and attractive landscape. Underwater life is varied and profuse.
The Collon Cura River Valley is populated with some of the most spectacular wildlife you’ll find anywhere.
We utilize drift boats to cover mileage but fishing can be done both by wading and from the boat in order to reach incredibly productive hot spots. The Collon Cura is a versatile river; it can be successfully fished with streamers, nymphs, dries, attractors and terrestrials. The Collon Cura is prolific and interesting, it is everybody’s river.
In this chapter I’ll be telling you about the Collon Cura River; how to fish it during early, mid and late seasons; and which flies and tackle to fish in each season.