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South America
Patagonia, Chile, Argentina, Brazil and much more

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"Rio Grande" is found here

Rio Grande

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Proceed to "Lake Vintter " here

Lake Vintter

"Patagonian salmonids" is found here

Patagonian salmonids

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South Patagonia 2

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Take me back

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Patagonia on a Budget

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Fly Tying for Dorado (Golden Fly-Fi...

In the last 10 years, the Dorado 's reputation as one of the world 's best freshwater fighters went global. Today, adventurous anglers from around the world are flocking to South America in pursuit of this magnificent game fish.
You should be the next one!

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Golden Dorado Fly Fishing at Parana...

Argentina Golden Dorado is a rare game fish known for its unique beauty, ferocious fighting, explosive runs and tarpon-like acrobatics. Though the fish has been famous among South American anglers for quite some time, very few outsiders had even heard of the Golden Dorado - let alone fished for them.


Bomber Tube Fly on Rio Grande
Fly fishing with bomber tube fly, Rio Grande, Argentina
Aventura de Pesca a Mosca Teaser

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In March 2014, the tribe went to Patagonia for a brown trout fly-fishing trip at the Cinco Rios Lodge. We explored lakes, creeks and rivers caught some big fish and met locals with whom we share great souvenirs.

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Patagonia portrait
A short film about a fly fishing pioneer in Patagonia.
Rio Gallegos - Into The Void

The Rio Gallegos River is nearly 300kms in length and has its origin in the Southern Andes with two pristine and very beautiful streams, the Penitente and the Rubens. Winding its way through the wild Patagonian landscape, it emerges into the surprisingly mountainous area that encompasses the unique Las Buitreras beats, some 40kms from the river mouth.
Pablo Saracco,
Stephan Dombaj,
Paulo Hoffmann

Pablo Saracco

Christer Sjöberg,
Rickard Sjöberg,

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