Photo:  Lake Thingvallavatn - Iceland


Iceland - Lake Thingvallavatn

Fly Fishing Iceland

At 32-square miles, Lake Thingvallavatn is the largest lake in Iceland. The vast and fertile water mass provides an excellent environment for giant, wild native browns up to 36-pounds.

Chile - Cameron Lodge

Cameron Lodge

The Rio Grande is regarded as the best river in the world for sea-run browns. The largest and widest river in Tierra del Fuego, the Rio Grande begins in Chile and travels west to the Atlantic.

Chile - Cinco Rios Lodge

Cinco Rios Fishing

The Rio Simpson is probably the most famous river in the Aysén region. It has significant caddis and mayfly opportunities. Browns and rainbows from 14-22 inches are the norm.

Chile - Estancia del Zorro Lodge

Patagonia Fly Fishing Chile

Estancia del Zorro Lodge sits on 15,000 private acres. Many large browns and rainbows are on the property. The Rio Simpson, the crown dry-fly jewel of the Coyhaique region, is an hour drive from the Lodge. Photo credit: Todd Moen

Montana - Beaverhead River

Fly Fishing for Browns

If you are especially interested in big browns, the Beaverhead produces more large browns than any other river in Montana. With limited public access, fishing from a drift boat proves best.

New Zealand - Poronui Lodge

Poronui Lodge

Poronui Lodge, a luxury fishing lodge, is located on 16,000 acres of wilderness on the spectacular North Island. The Lodge was voted one of the top 10 fly fishing lodges in the world by Forbes in 2010.

Fishing Travel Experts

Guy Schoenborn

1-800-205-3474 ext. 1

MT Office:  406-322-5709


Brad Staples

1-800-205-3474 ext. 3

Cell (503) 250-0558