Limay River Ranch is a fly fishing lodge in Patagonia, Argentina on the banks of the Limay River. We have private access to miles of this productive and exciting river where plentiful rainbow trout and monster browns await you. The Limay River offers excellent hatches, and bi-lingual experienced Argentine guides are committed to giving you a great experience on the water. Limay River Ranch offers 6 high end cabins for a maximum of 12 guests, and we offer incredible cuisine and an authentic Patagonia experience.
I had the good fortune to spend a week with Ron Sorensen’s Chocolate Lab Expeditions in Patagonia in February 2022. It was a week of spectacular fishing and accommodations on the Chimehuin and Limay Rivers. On my first day on the Chimehuin I caught 72 trout, not including the 16 that got away! His guides are first class and the two lodges, the River House, and his new Limay River Ranch, are deluxe. The new lodge, of Sorensen’s own design, is also an architectural masterpiece consisting of progressive, contemporary ‘tiny home’ style modules/cottages surrounding a larger communal lodge space. It is unique amongst lodges around the world and affords the ultimate in comfort.
I’ve flyfished in virtually every Canadian province and U.S. state that has solid dry fly fishing. I’ve fished in Chile and Argentina, New Zealand and an assortment of other places. I only wish every lodge and outfitter was as outstanding as Ron Sorensen and his Chocolate Lab Expeditions. If there is a better river in the world than the Limay River in Argentina, I want to see video evidence.