Published Apr 5. 2017 - 5 years ago

Mon River

Lost in the immensity of Patagonia on the edges of Chiloé Island; The Mon River (MON Its meaning in Mapuche language: "Fertile") A river of blue-green waters that shelters all year long beautiful trout. The wonderful thing about this river is that from November begin the "run" of Chinook salmon and with them a lot of sea-run large sizes. Being a shallow river facilitates observation fishing. Without a doubt a magnificent river that you must know and enjoy with us.
Only few places available for the 2017/2018 season.
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Martin Joergensen

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