An alarm light
The Achala stream, which takes the name of this very particular region, is for the local fly fishermen a great “laboratory” where we test and experience all aspects of our art in pursuit of brook trout. It is, therefore, very appreciated by us.
Its management regarding its population of Salvelinus Fontinalis is in charge of the National Parks Administration and its personnel. This has been the case for several years now.
Recurrently during the fishing season, we visited and fished this stream.
In this opening, we have noticed a worrying tendency to decrease the quality and number of fish (do not forget that the regulations here allow the death and carrying of brook trout).
Of course, those of us who practice catch and release are wondering if it is not time for something to change in
the management policy of the resource for sport fishing in Quebrada del Condorito National Park.