Top 3 Streamers For Fly Fishing Patagonia
Here at Patagonia Trout Adventures we love throwing streamers. It is one of our favorite things to do while fly fishing in Patagonia and is at the top of our list for guests to enjoy. This is one of our favorite tactics when we are searching out the biggest fish in the river. The One. The one that you have came for eats streamers and you had better start practicing your streamer game or you could end up with a sore noggin and a bruised ego. Our guides are well trained in trophy trout hunting techniques and will put you over plenty of opportunistic fish and can teach you the proper techniques to present the fly to fool that trout of a lifetime. We take great pride in educating our anglers and technique and proper presentation are the focal points of our streamer instruction. We have put together three of our top streamers for fly fishing Patagonia and we hope that one of these flies will put that trophy trout of a lifetime in your hands. Until then start practicing your cast and stripping technique and be ready for the shadow of the one.
The sculpzilla is a great pattern to fish as it is an articulated fly that imitates sculpins and large baitfish, has great movement in the water, and is heavily weighted in the head which gives it a jigging like action that makes it irresistible to predatory fish. We like to fish the sculpzilla in an array of colors but we think the top 3 color choices are olive, black, and tan.
The Chile Bugger
The fly was designed specifically for Chile and is a fish catching machine. It has all the components that a fish in Chile looks for. A gold bead, black marabou, white rubber legs for plenty of movement, black crystal chenille for that irresistible shimmer, and a palmered webby grizzly hackle fiber. You can fish this fly all across Chile and Argentina and fishes also quite well on the streams of South Western Montana. Fish it and reap the rewards of the Chile Bugger!
The Home Invader
This fly is one of the deadliest flies to hit the Patagonia trout scene in the last ten years and has been invading homes of big brown trout the world over. We like to fish this fly in a few colors and our favorites are natural/tan, black/purple, white/tan, and olive.
We hope that we have been able to show you a few of the best streamers for fly fishing Patagonia and hope that you can use these streamers to fool a few trout on your home river. You can also follow us at our Social Media outlets on Facebook and Instagram for more info., tips, and tricks on fly fishing Patagonia, Chile.