We are happy to report that our fishing manager Alex Ford is here right now! This is the most epic sea trout fishery in the world, with monsters up to 30 pounds and beyond within the realm of possibility. Every week, trout over 20 pounds are caught. Here’s how it breaks down:

In 1984, the first fishing lodge ever was established on the Río Grande, its name; Kau Tapen. Which, in the Ona Language, means “House of Fishing”; a fitting name as you won’t find a better “home” from which to target the world’s largest sea-run brown trout. Today, several decades later, its legendary waters continue to inspire and delight both newcomers and well-traveled anglers.

With the wind, most days at your back, Anglers will fish either single- or two-handed rods to pursue the prized sea-run trout. From skating bombers through broad tail-outs and swinging streamers across the river’s best beats to drifting nymphs against deep cut banks, anglers use an assortment of various methods to chase the fish that will haunt you for the rest of your days.

Click the button below or send Alex an email at alex@heli.life to learn more about this trip!