In the fall, trout fishing is great in most fisheries around the world, and Chile is no exception.
Fall colors and snow dusted mountain tops create the backdrop for some exceptional fishing whether it be dry fly, nymph or streamer.
March can be a little on the rainy side but in April the weather clears up. Temps might be a little brisk but this means that the glaciers start to freeze up, and rivers that normally run off color in the summer months are now low and clear.
As the days get shorter, the shadows get longer and the fishing just seems to get better. The best thing about April fishing in Chile is that there are not a lot of other anglers around. Many operations have closed by the end of March, but we like April!
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