End of Season 2014
At Chime Lodge, we began the season with doubts. Spring, for example, had been quite dry and we knew that a hot summer could mean low and, perhaps, unfishable rivers by March. But in the end, summer weather was perfect and left us with enough water for good fishing from start to finish.
On the lower Chimehuin River guests landed healthy and hard-fighting browns and rainbows. It also produced our biggest fish of the year, a supersized 27-inch rainbow.
During our days on the water, some sessions produced one fish after another—all very nice trout! And our regional lakes (Huechulafquen, Paimun, and Epulafquen) provided great alternatives when the river turned slow. Stillwater fish included beautiful browns, rainbows, and brook trout, many of them between 20 and 24 inches.
Join us next year for more exciting fishing action at Chime. You’ll be happy you did!