Aluminé and Collon Cura River
The Aluminé River begins at Aluminé Lake and runs for 95 miles before meeting the Chimehuín River to form Collón Cura. Both Aluminé and Collón Cura have excellent dry fly fishing, great streamer fishing and if necessary fishing nymphs can be very productive. Here it's not uncommon to catch 15-25 fish per rod each day, the catch averaging 2-4 lbs. Overnight trips on these rivers are known for fine meals and viewing of wildlife such as guanaco and red deer.