Frequently asked questions about Travel to Argentina

Planning ahead can sometimes be overwhelming. Knowing the right season, visa policies, but also planning for the unknown can make or break your trip. 

So here’s some things you need to know before planning your fishing or fly fishing adventure to Argentina. 

F. A.Qs

SEASONS

BEST TIMES

The season is eight continuous months beginning September 1st and concluding on April 30th.

BEFORE YOU LEAVE

VISA

All US citizens must have a US passport book valid for at least six months to enter Argentina with one blank page for a visa stamp. No tourist visa applications are required to be submitted for stays shorter than 90 days.

WHAT NOT INCLUDED

EXCLUSIONS

  • International Flights. 
  • Insurance.
    • Recommended Insurance Policy: Signature Travel Plus, by Global Rescue: Apart from medial coverage of up to $100,000 this policy will also includes coverage due to cancelation/delay/interruption related reasons listed in the policy. We advise our travelers to purchase this policy within 20-days of the initial trip deposit to insure maximum coverage. Contact us for more details. 
  • Tips (ask us for guidelines). 
  • Any transportation, accommodation or meals that are not listed in the itinerary. 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

RESERVATIONS

  • A 50% advance deposit is required to secure your spot. 
  • The balance may be paid 60 days before your journey. 
  • All deposits, payments and cancelations are non refundable. Hence, trip cancelation insurance is highly recommended. 

Temperatures

During the summer months, December 15th through March 15, daytime high temperatures are typically 95 to 100 F. During the months of September through early December, and late March through the end of April, the temperatures are typically 80 to 85 F.

RECCOMMENDED FISHING TACKLE

GEAR TALK

We recommend #8 weight, fast action rods that are 9 feet long. Reels need to have good drag systems and include 30 pound backing. Fly lines should be tropical due to the warm water conditions and air temperature. Tropical WF Floating Line and Intermediate Clear Tip lines work the best. The typical leader set-up is 8-9 ft of straight 50-pound test monofilament followed by 6-12 inched of 40-50 pound test wire bite tippet. 

Note: Strong leaders are required to help prevent accidental break- offs in the water-grass and lily pads. 

WHAT TO BRING

CHECKLIST

  • Passport
  • Visa
  • Masks 
  • Plenty of Sanitizer & Disinfectant. 
  • Back-pack. 
  • Heavy-duty rod and reel storage.  
  • Maxima Tippet Material (12-40 lb) (Ultra Green) 
  • Fanny Pack (waterproof) 
  • Water Proof Fly Boxes for streamers.  
  • Polarized and/or clear glasses.
  • Muti-tool, fishing pliers, cutter.
  • Fleece (pull over).
  • Rain Jacket. 
  • An empty cup mindset.

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