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Frontiers Unveils Heli-Fishing Adventure in Patagonia

Posted on October 28 2016

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Frontiers International Travel is excited to offer a heli-fishing adventure to the only helicopter trout fly-out fishery in South America. Based at Lakutaia Lodge, anglers will fish the southernmost rivers of Chilean Patagonia in the UNESCO Cape Horn biosphere reserve on remote Navarino Island. Untouched trout waters abound with roads and paths of scarcity preserving the pristine nature of the region. The trip includes a night at the historic Hotel Jose Nogueira in Punta Arenas, round-trip lodge charter, and all fly-out fishing in one of the world’s most unique locales. Available January 15-April 15, an eight-day program starts at $7,600 per person. Custom group quotes are available, with only nine fly-out anglers allowed per week. For more information, visit or call Hank Ingram at 800-245-1950.

“The intimate landscape insures a chance to catch big Brown, Rainbow, Brook and Sea Run trout, accessible only by helicopter fly-in,” said Frontiers President Mike Fitzgerald. “This program is a mixture of Navarino Island’s rivers, creeks and lakes in one of the world’s most beautiful and wild regions.”

The Lakutaia Lodge features 22 comfortable rooms nestled among the indigenous flora and fauna of this southern most wilderness region. The cuisine embraces local seafood and coveted Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon wines.
About Frontiers International Travel:
Founded in 1969, Frontiers caters to discriminating travelers and specializes in the finest worldwide fly fishing and shooting destinations, photographic safaris, as well as customized Elegant Journeys. The combined staff of 54 travel experts in our Gibsonia, Pennsylvania headquarters and the United Kingdom branch office is considered the source for sound, unbiased advice in outdoor and luxury travel realms based on our well-seasoned, firsthand perspective.

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