Rio Borosa Fly Fishing

The MOST popular fly fishing river in Spain.

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East of Cordoba and northeast of Cazorla in the Jaen Province, the 2,143 Parque Natural Sierras De Cazorla has numerous rivers and streams to explore. One of the most popular fly fishing rivers is the Rio Borosa. There is great river access from the Rio Borosa Trail parallel to the river that runs up the gorge to reservoir Laguna de Aquas Negras and eventually a natural lake, Laguna de Valdeazores.

To reach the Rio Borosa fly fishing access from the town of Cazorla, head northeast on A319 for about 20km. At Centro de Interpretacion Torre del Vinagre, veer right on Central Electrica access road crossing Rio Guadalquivir. At 1.5km, park near the fish farm. The marked trailhead is just past the fish farm on the right.

The town of Segura de la Sierra makes a great scenic base village -- check out the castle and the muslim baths.


Local Contact(s):  Centro de Interpretacion Torre del Vinagre 953-71-30-40: Segura de la Sierra Tourist Office 953-12-60-53

Recommended Book:  "Orvis Fly Fishing Guide" from Tom Rosenbauer

Best Season:  Apr.-Jul.

Base Camp:  Hotel Noguera de la Sierpa, Arroyo Frio

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Rio Borosa Fly Fishing Review

GPS:  38.015268, -2.862754

Date Published:  1/3/2016

Date Updated:  7/28/2016

ID:  22835

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