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Pia Mosso, Travel Agent in Argentina: +54.92966.562716
Carlos Lopez Casanello, General Manager: +5491140887933
Julian Escalada, Lodge Manager: +54.92966.409178
Lodge Satelital Phone: +87.70776122653


Deposit and Cancellation Policy
A deposit of fifty percent (50%) of the total price is required to confirm a package at any of our lodges operated by the company or its subsidiaries. This deposit must be made within 10 days of the
reservation date. The balance due shall be paid at least 60 days prior to the proposed arrival date.
The deposit required to confirm fishing reservations are NON-REFUNDABLE, unless client is replaced. Final payment is due 60 days before departure. At this point, individual is responsible for total land
costs and no refund will be made. There is no refund for any unused portion of the land package.
The lodge is not responsible for cancellations made due to weather conditions or an event of major force.
Once you have made a reservation, it will be deemed that you have consented to our terms and conditions as well as to our cancellation policy detailed herein.
Terms and Conditions
1 All baggage and personal belongings are the sole responsibility of its owners at all times. We highly recommend obtaining a comprehensible travel insurance covering loss and robbery of baggage and
personal belongings. In no event the lodges or our company will be responsible for any losses.
2 Neither our company nor any of the lodges will be responsible for any loss, damage or injury arising while practicing sport fishing or any other activity.
3 Our company will not be responsible for any loss damage or injury suffered aboard an airplane or a charter plane. The contract or ticket issued by them will constitute the sole contract between the
airline or charter company with the passenger.
4 CHANGES IN ITINERARY – Major Force/All baggage The operator reserves the right to make changes in the trip itinerary whenever judged necessary by circumstances beyond control, or major force
circumstances. In this case no Refund will be made.


Documentation Requirements:
US Citizens will need a valid passport to enter Argentina.
Reciprocity Fee: US citizens were granted exemption from paying the reciprocity fee by Presidential Decree No. 959/2016, published on August 23, 2016.
The reciprocity fee still applies to Australian and Canadian passport holders.
If you are an Australian or Canadian citizen and do not have an Argentina stamp in your current passport you are required to pay for the reciprocity fee online before you travel.
Go to the following website: .
Once paid, you will receive an electronic receipt. You will be required to show the receipt upon your arrival in Argentina. If you do not have it you will be denied entry into the country.
Reciprocity fees are good for 10 years from the date of issue. If you have already paid the fee and your passport is stamped, that is sufficient. If your current passport should expire and a new one is issued, travelers should bring the expired passport with the original stamp in it with them on their journey.
Currency: The dollar is widely accepted in Argentina, and you can change dollars for pesos at your hotel in Buenos Aires or at any bank. US dollars are in high demand but now black market on the street exchanges offer is similar to the bank. When paid in dollars, most merchants will give change in pesos.
Travel Cash: It's a good idea to travel with at least $800 in cash for gratuities and for small in town tipping and /or on the airport snacks/drinks. Please use cash only at the lodge as traveller’s checks and credit cards are not accepted.
We recommend gratuities in the range of $80.00 - $100.00 per person per day, which can be given to the lodge manager to be split among the staff.
Fishing Licenses:

Fishing licenses are included and issued on-site.

The region is very windy and harsh so come well prepared! Temperatures can vary widely and the area can be hot especially in February. The early season and especially March and April can be cold. Sunscreen should always be packed as should quality wind proof clothing.
It is recommended that anglers layer their clothing, enabling the adding and subtracting of garments throughout the day. Pack windstopper fleece jackets, thermal underwear, wool socks and a wool cap to be prepared for the extreme wind and weather that the area is rightfully famous for. Layering with wool or synthetics is always recommended and avoid cotton. A reliable windstopper fleece and a high quality rain jacket are mandatory. Several pairs of gloves are also a good idea if traveling to the lake in late March or April. Rugged waterproof camp shoes are also a good choice.
Beverages / Alcohol:
Beer and wine and strong alcoholic drinks are included in your package price except for the whisky selection for sale by shots of bottle
Medical Facilities:
Calafate is the closest hospital and 8 hours from the Lodge. Due to the remote location, we strongly recommend that anglers purchase travel insurance and medical evacuation coverage.
Power and Communications
The Lodge has now 24 hours electric power supplied by a solar system (220 volts, 50 cycles). A standard converter and European adapter for two pronged plug should work fine throughout Argentina and at Jurassic Lake Lodge. The Lodge also has a satellite phone for emergency use and 24 hours internet connection with WIFI. There is no cell phone service.
In case of emergency, laundry service is available at the lodge with no extra cost.
Clothes to Pack:
It is recommended that anglers layer their clothing, enabling the adding and subtracting of garments throughout the day.
  • 1 pair of rubber sole wading boots/felt boots.
  • 1 Breathable Waders
  • 1 Thermal Underwear
  • 1 Fleece Bibs
  • 1 Pair of Gloves
  • 1 Wading Jacket
  • 1 Downstream Sweater ( Synthetic )
  • 2 Pairs of sunglasses
  • 4 Pairs of socks
  • 1 Buff
  • 1 Cap


Lip balm with sunscreen (highest SPF you can get)
Sunscreen ( Highest SPF you can get )
Dry Bag, Day Pack or Fanny Pack (100% Waterproof)
Camera/usb for photos
Single Hand:
  • 4-5 weight Rod ( mid and upper section of the river ) - Floating line - Large arbour reel with backing.
  • 7-8 weight Rod ( lake and lower section of the river ) - WF Floating line, intermediate and sink tip - Large arbour reel with 100 -150 m of 30 Lb backing
  • 0X - 9 Feet Leader
  • 1X - 9 Feet Leader/15 pound and 20 pound
  • 2X - 9 Feet Leader
  • 0X Tippet
  • 1X Tippet
  • 2X Tippet
  • 3X Tippet
  • Flotant
  • Split Shot Weights
  • Forceps
  • Nipper
  • Wading Staff ( If needed )
  • Strike Indicator
  • Tape Measure
Two Handed Rod:
  • 7-8 Weight Rod
  • Scandi Line - Sink tips
  • 0X - 9 Feet Leader
  • 1X - 9 Feet Leader
  • 0X Tippet
  • 1X Tippet
  • Flotant
  • Split Shot Weights
  • Forceps
  • Nipper
  • Wading Staff ( If needed )
  • Strike Indicator
  • Tape Measure/water proof fly box.


Balance Leech Black / Olive / Chartreuse / Claret - #6 LONGSHANK JIG HOOK
Black/Peacock Wooly Bugger B/Head Blue Flash #10 LONGSHANK HOOK / #8 BALANCE JIG HOOK
Yellow Yummy ( Rubber Legs / Fleck ) Yellow / Black / White #8 LONGSHANK HOOK
Buoface Black / Olive / Purple #6 LONGSHANK HOOK
Prince Rubber Legs / Speckled red tail #12 STD SHANK HEAVY
Prince Rubber Legs / Speckled Yellow #12 STD SHANK HEAVY
Scud Orange / Pink / Pearl / Tan # 10 SCUD HEAVY
San Juan Worm # 12 SCUD HEAVY
Hares Ear Rubber Leg STR SHANK #12 STD SHANK HEAVY
Hares Ear Curved Rubber Leg Black / Brown #12 HEAVY CURVED SHANK
Rubber Leg Flash B/Head Caddys Nymph #10 SCUD HEAVY
DD Natural/UV Flash #10
Wulfs Irresistible White #10
Red Humpy #10
Chartreuse Humpy #10
Goddards Caddis #10
Small Black Round Beetle Dull Gold Underbody #12 HEAVY HOOK
Small Black Round Beetle Peacock Underbody #12 HEAVY HOOK
Rubber Leg Parachute #12 HEAVY HOOK
Tan Rubber Leg Caddis/Hopper #10
Black Rubber Leg Hopper #10
Small Black Midge Dry Dubbed Body #14
Small Black Midge Foam Body #14


Hotel Posada Los Alamos

Ing Hector Mario Guatti 1135; (+54) 2902 491144;
Alto Calafate Hotel

Calle 2000 Nº 141, Villa Parque Los Glaciares - 0054 (02902) 494110
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