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My annual trip to Puma Flyfishing [ the reason I have to work ] was to coincide with the Chinook Salmon run, which normally occurs from mid February to early April. This year however the Salmon were scarce, La Nina or whatever, I did catch...More
I returned to Puma Fishing to see if I could catch one of the king salmon that run at the end of Feb. The fishing could not have been better, I landed many salmon in the 25-30 lb range and one of about 40lb. I...More
Most of the fishing I do is in Wyoming and Montana and is timed for dry fly fishing to rising fish. I have been fortunate to fish some rivers with some pretty fair sized rainbows and browns, but I have never seen trout like I...More
I have been fortunate to be able to fish in some wonderful locations over the past several years. My experience at Puma matches or surpasses all of them. The food, accommodations and hospitality were only surpassed by the scenery and most importantly the incredible fishing....More
This was a trip of a lifetime for me. I am an avid fly fishing person and have fished the western US and Alaska. The opportunity for me to go to the Chilian Patagonia and fish in beautiful surroundings on both river and lake was...More
High end fishing lodge operation consisting of a land based lodge which accommodates 8 in 2 private cabanas and 2 suites in the main lodge on Rio Yelcho. Non-fishing activities include treks to Pumalin Park and glaciers.
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"No problem. Rooms in the Lodge are all nice and comfortable. The rooms on the boat are small but work well..."