Puerto Varas

Puerto Varas Guide, Pescado River

Information of Pescado River

The Pescado River was born in the thaw of the Calbuco volcano and flows 21 km from the city of Puerto Varas, between the towns of La Poza and Los Riscos, being one of the main tributaries of Lake Llanquihue. It has transparent waters with margins of abundant vegetation.

The River Pescado has been for decades an icon of sport fishing in the Lake District, being recognized both nationally and abroad as an almost obligatory point for a fly fisherman who visits the area.