Fly Fishing Adventures
in the Southern Appalachians

Hey folks !  Here is a big shout out to all of our fly fishing friends about our
upcoming adventure to Chilean Patagonia to chase big browns  surface feeding on
the streams and lakes of the region.  The Aysen region of Chile is known for its
big Cantaria beetle hatch that drives the trout nuts bringing them to the top
for these big morsels.  The Cantaria  hatch heavily every other year, and 2014
is the year of the heavy hatch.  I have experienced this trip many times and the
beetle years are best.

This upcoming season we will be hosting the Cinco Rios Lodge in Coyhaique, Chile
for the week of Saturday - February 22nd to Saturday, March 1st.  This is prime
SUMMERTIME dry fly trout fishing in southern Patagonia.  This is truly the trip
of a lifetime.

If you have interest in joining us for the trip this season, just let me know
and we can discuss it in detail.  Over the years I have fine tuned the trip and
travel arrangements and prepared detailed itineraries and pre-trip information
packets. I have a very nice e-brochure that I can send you.  Just shoot me a line and I can share this information with you.

I have included a link to a recent video made at the lodge and on the waters we
fish there.  It is very indicative of our trips with Cinco Rios. It is about 30
minutes long, so grab some popcorn and hang on to your rod.