fishing the collon cura river
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a great brown from the Collon Cura river photo great Collon Cura River Brown trout photo
a great brown from the Collon Cura river photo great Collon Cura River Brown trout photo
a beautiful brown from the Collon Cura river photo great Collon Cura brown trout photo
a beautiful rainbow trout from the Collon Cura river photo great Collon Cura rainbow trout photo
drifting the Collon Cura river photo ready to land a nice brown torut photo
average rainbow trout from the Collon Cura river photo great Collon Cura rainbow trout photo
a stop for some wade fishing photo wade fishing a little side arm photo
lower parrot cliff photo the parrots cliff photo
collon cura pure muscle rainbow trout photo what a nice rainbow trout
Black cliff put-in black cliff collon cura river
a stop for lunch lunch time on the collon cura river
a stop for lunch lunch time on the collon cura river
the beauty of the Collon Cura River collon cura river showing off
dries and big browns a big resident brown from the collon cura river
now skinny rainbows in the Collon Cura  a great healthy rainbow from collon cura river
massive brown trout from the limay a huge brown taking line
guess who won collon cura river holds huge browns
Collon Cura River sky view collon cura river and side channels
27 inch brown trout a 27inch brown trout
another brown from the same run a beauty - brown feeding minnows
and doubles again rainbows by two
another brown trout and another brown trout
the strongest rainbows of Patagonia rainbow trout making that reel scream
Heidi shows that nice rainbow trout the end of a long fight
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The perfect day on the Collon Cura Rriver!

The Collon Cura river is one of the most productive rivers in the area. It collects gin clear water from the Andes mountain range through almost all our famous rivers in Northern Patagonia Argentina.

The Alumine, Pulmari, Quillen, Malleo, Chimehuin, and several other smaller streams feed their waters into the Collon Cura.

The river has simply the perfect flow and structure to float it and also find amazing wade fishing areas.

A good number of rising rainbows are usually feeding in perfectly shaped seam lines and foam patches. Big resident browns hunt in some shallow riffles and tail outs of deep blue pools.

I must say that the Collon Cura River its without a doubt one of the mmost "complete" rivers in Patagonia. It really has it all! Great hatches, green worms falling from the willows in mid summer, the minnows run in early fall and the big browns migrating to sapwn into the river systema during late fall!