Luciano Saldise


EL BOLSON, ARGENTINA

Luciano “Lucho” Saldise was born into a fishing family living around the best trout rivers in Argentina. The bearded Argentinian is obsessed with the outdoors and free flowing waters. His believes and passion pushed him to quit fly fishing as a hobby and turn it into his profession and lifestyle.Lucho started fly fishing and tying flies before high school. He guided for the first time around his late teens. He knows he spends an excessive amount of days every year in the water with both, rods and cameras, He’s trying to capture the essence and beauty of this outdoor activity, fly fishing that brings people together worldwide.

Lucho is a phenomenal caster and a truly passionate fly tier. He spends his year guiding on the mighty Ponoi and also along the Chilean coast for big chinooks. He’s a true fishing bum with a passion for nature and documenting it with his camera. A tough guy that lives his dream.

He truly believes that not only fly fishing guides, but all the people in the outdoor industry have a massive responsibility when it comes to spreading the word about environmental issues. Use of energy and plastic, deforestation, fish farming or water pollution, are just a few of the problems that hopefully will be solved by a new generation of conscious users of natural resources.
– It’s a fight that we can’t stop, we can’t let the coming generations treat the world like we did, our parents did, our grandparents did, Lucho says.

Luciano Saldise


EL BOLSON, ARGENTINA

Luciano “Lucho” Saldise was born into a fishing family living around the best trout rivers in Argentina. The bearded Argentinian is obsessed with the outdoors and free flowing waters. His believes and passion pushed him to quit fly fishing as a hobby and turn it into his profession and lifestyle.Lucho started fly fishing and tying flies before high school. He guided for the first time around his late teens. He knows he spends an excessive amount of days every year in the water with both, rods and cameras, He’s trying to capture the essence and beauty of this outdoor activity, fly fishing that brings people together worldwide.

Lucho is a phenomenal caster and a truly passionate fly tier. He spends his year guiding on the mighty Ponoi and also along the Chilean coast for big chinooks. He’s a true fishing bum with a passion for nature and documenting it with his camera. A tough guy that lives his dream.

He truly believes that not only fly fishing guides, but all the people in the outdoor industry have a massive responsibility when it comes to spreading the word about environmental issues. Use of energy and plastic, deforestation, fish farming or water pollution, are just a few of the problems that hopefully will be solved by a new generation of conscious users of natural resources.
– It’s a fight that we can’t stop, we can’t let the coming generations treat the world like we did, our parents did, our grandparents did, Lucho says.

Luciano Saldise


EL BOLSON, ARGENTINA

Luciano “Lucho” Saldise was born into a fishing family living around the best trout rivers in Argentina. The bearded Argentinian is obsessed with the outdoors and free flowing waters. His believes and passion pushed him to quit fly fishing as a hobby and turn it into his profession and lifestyle.Lucho started fly fishing and tying flies before high school. He guided for the first time around his late teens. He knows he spends an excessive amount of days every year in the water with both, rods and cameras, He’s trying to capture the essence and beauty of this outdoor activity, fly fishing that brings people together worldwide.

Lucho is a phenomenal caster and a truly passionate fly tier. He spends his year guiding on the mighty Ponoi and also along the Chilean coast for big chinooks. He’s a true fishing bum with a passion for nature and documenting it with his camera. A tough guy that lives his dream.

He truly believes that not only fly fishing guides, but all the people in the outdoor industry have a massive responsibility when it comes to spreading the word about environmental issues. Use of energy and plastic, deforestation, fish farming or water pollution, are just a few of the problems that hopefully will be solved by a new generation of conscious users of natural resources.
– It’s a fight that we can’t stop, we can’t let the coming generations treat the world like we did, our parents did, our grandparents did, Lucho says.