Córdoba’s rivers and streams crossing hillsides, with transparent waters plenty of trout challenging even the best fisherman, are ideal for fly fishing. Situated between 1,000 and 2,000 m above sea level, these rivers and streams are characterized by their top quality waters, which are very oxygenated and cold.
Very good trout fishermen go to the rivers adjacent to Villa General Belgrano, Pampa de Achala, Condorito Gorge and Panaholma River, where there are plenty of fontinalis trout. Raibow trout prevail and many brown trout and salmons have been raised. These are often found in streams and tributary rivers rather than lakes.
Fishing is a good idea any time of the year. However, the ideal season is from October to May.
This area is appealing to those who practice fly fishing and use light equipment since there are countless streams that make up 4,000 km with an extremely beautiful landscape, where you will find different species of salmonids to suit even the most demanding fisherman. The most important rivers are Grande, de los Espinillos and Icho Cruz, among others.