Howenh Lodge

Howenh Lodge is now open on the same site as the famous Toon Ken Lodge.
The inn is located on Ilha Grande de Tierra del Fuego, in Patagonia, close to the border with Chile, an excellent place for trout fishing.
Come to fish for the brown trouts at Rio Grande River and experience a truly unique fishing trip.
The Rio Grande is known as the most prolific river in the world, with over 20 km of the most productive water on the planet when it comes to sea trout fishing.

Strategically designed for just 4 anglers and with 40 different pools and various structures along our beats, Howenh Lodge has become the most exclusive fishing lodge in Patagonia. It is located just 1 and a half hours from Rio Grande Airport.

From November to the end of April
6 days fishing / 7 nights at the lodge
Brown Trouts
Commercial flight to Buenos Aires and then to Rio Grande Airport
Lodge location : 53°53'58.64" S 68°31'44.28" W


  • Six rooms with private bathrooms;
  • Permanent heating and hot water;
  • First class box springs;
  • Living room with fireplace;
  • Open-air barbecue area. 


  • Full-time WhatsApp support before and during the fishing days;
  • Accommodation in single or double rooms;
  • Full board with breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks;
  • Unlimited beverages (wine, whisky, beer, soda, juice, water,etc.);
  • Fishing guides for every two anglers;
  • Fishing Licence;
  • Wi-fi.

Not Included:

  • Tips and gratitude;
  • Fishing tackle;
  • Transfers from Ushuaia;
  • Hotel in Buenos Aires;
  • Argentina Visa;
  • Any other item not listed above.

Visit our FAQ and BLOG  pages where you’ll find:

  • Frequently asked questions
  • Arrangements required before travel
  • Fishing hints
  • Tackle

To access prices, availability, etc., please use the form below or our WhatsApp link. Ensure to specify the number of anglers.

Please bear in mind the following: Due to weather conditions and the remote location, communication may be unreliable at times. Please inform your family about these limitations, and remember to share the emergency contact number(s) with them.


Sea trouts, brown trouts, and rainbow trouts

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