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Our new Xact series has a smooth, deep, medium-fast action that is both forgiving and precise. This is no entry-level stick and represents a hell of a lot of rod for the money. All the technology, style and feeling at a realistic price. •Durable chrome snake-guides with double coating. •Rod model marked on each rod section. •Dot marks on ferrules for correct fit of each rod section. •Recommended line-weight in gram marked on rod. •Delivered in cloth bag and pentagon shaped cordura tube. •Rod Tempo: Medium Fast -- •Action Curve: Full Curve •Length: 9'0" •Line/ Weight: #6/ 13-15 g •Pcs: 4 •Rod weight: 92,5 g
Monday, October 18, 2010
Available now in Buitreras
5-12 march - 5 rods
26 march - 2 april - 6 rods
2-9 april - 8 rods
The Rio Gallegos River
is nearly 300kms in length and has its origin in the Southern Andes with two pristine and very beautiful streams, the Penitente and the Ruebens. Winding its way through the wild Patagonian landscape.It emerges into the surprisingly mountainous area that encompasses the unique Las Buitreras beats, some 40kms from the river mouth. The flood plain that lies between these outcrops teems with birdlife, alongside large numbers of rheas, silver foxes, horses, hares, flamingos and guanacos.
A trip to Rio Gallegos River offers the adventorous angler the opportunity to pit his skills against the explosive searunningtrouts of Patagonia.
These fish can reach sizes of 25lbs and over and will reward the angler with arm wrenching takes and blistering runs, interspersed with regular acrobatic displays.
Loop Las Buitreras lodge is home to the most prolific beats on the Rio Gallegos, consisting of over 40kms of both sides private water comprising over 50 named pools.
The fishing is exciting and varied with pools ranging from deep stony runs to cut banks and streamy shingle flats. Relatively shallow, the river makes for easy wading, obviating the need for fast sinking lines and creating an exciting and challenging fishing environment.
It is this variety, in combination with the visually inspiring mountainous outcrops, that makes this part of the Rio Gallegos quite simply one of the most spectacular stretches of fly fishing water in Patagonia. Sometimes explosive, always challenging, fishing for sea trout requires a level of skill, watercraft and understanding that can frustrate the average salmon angler.However, armed with the correct knowledge to unlock these secrets, the fishing on the Rio Gallegos can be immensely rewarding.
To help you we pride ourselves on having who we consider to be some of the best guides available, now with 4 seasons experience of the beats. Very knowledgeable and talented fishermen, that today also belongs to some of the best casters and instructors we have seen, they are the epotime of what guided fishing is all about. Friendly, able to speak good English and usually with a secret flybox tucked away with unsightly but deadly creations they will ensure that you get the very most out of your trip.
As with 2007, the season 2008 saw an increase in average weight and we could also see more fish in the river, although not always easy to catch. Our work in the estuary is clearly paying off and we look very optimistic at the future in Rio Gallegos.contact Joe Roope 1800-410-3133
or email with inquiry firstname.lastname@example.org
join Joe in some spectacular fishing
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Call Rial at 2087653133 for a copy of the sales list
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Fly Casting Class
March 27th 9:00 am
Learn from one of the most experienced Loop certified fishing instructors in the world. Loop, manufacturers of the world's best fly-fishing equipment, has created easy to learn, fun and informative curriculum's for fly-fishing enthusiasts. Single and double hand
Scandi-style underhand casting
Who: Klaus Frimor
What: Fly Casting Class
When: Casting from 9am-2pm March 27th
Where: Castaway Fly fishing shop 1114 n 4th Coeur’d Alene Idaho
How much: $40.00
Contact: 1 800-410-3133 to register
Castaway is a full service fly-fishing shop in town that offers world class guiding to some of the best known areas where the bites just keep coming.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Recently, I got the opportunity to demo the new push pole from Loop tackle. Although new to the push pole game, Loop has designed one of the lightest and strongest push poles on the market. Through rigorous product development and testing Loop has produced an incredible fishing tool made from high quality carbon fiber that is feather light yet rigid enough to hold a larger skiff into the wind and current. This push pole is sectional and built to very tight specifications. It incorporates a ridged scrim surface that provides an unparalleled grip, even when wet! The joints are bonded using a proprietary process that guarantees a strong, sealed joint. The ferrules that connect the five-foot sections are made from graphite which makes for a lightweight connection that flexes evenly with the rest of the pole.