La Poza Bay (tail end of Elizalde Lake) and Desague River
This beautifully tranquil bay, surrounded by the waters of the Elizalde Lake and the DesagŁe and Paloma Rivers is, without a doubt, a blessed location for fly-fishing. Trout feed peacefully amongst the rushes and sedges of the lakeshore; a typical day will offer lots of brown trout, from 18 to 24 inches, and sporadically, rainbows, caught with dry flies, streamers and other techniques.
The DesagŁe River is arguably one of the most beautiful trout rivers in the region, draining Elizalde Lake and running some 5 miles until it enters the neighbouring Caro Lake. This short stretch of impossibly green waters offers the best fishing on the whole property.
La Poza Bay is also a gift for the senses, an ideal location for meditation and relaxation. Reeds line the lake shore, waving in the wind around the wooden pier; the native trees and pastures of the park form a beautiful picture against the mountain backdrop, and the hidden DesagŁe River flowing on one side of the property is a scenic jewel awaiting discovery.