Salmon Fishing Flies for Argentina/Chile
Fly fishing for salmon with "tube-flies" has become very popular in
the last twenty years. Nowadays, it is generally accepted as the maybe most "all-round"
type of fly pattern
for Salmo Salar (Atlantic Salmon). Before, tube flies was mainly heavy stuff fished
deep, in cold high water conditions with heavy two-hand rods.
Svava Tube Fly
The "Svava" fly is built on a one-inch black
rubber tube, that is slightly heavier than the ordinary plastic tube. It works
extremely well in strong currents. This fly is a also called a "totem-tube",
and has become very popular in the mid-Norwegian rivers during the last couple
of years. Svava flies normally fish best in strong current, but with a quick intake,
they can also be fished in slow deep pools.
For more detailed information about fly fishing for Atlantic
salmon in Patagonia region of Chile and Argentina please
us for more information.