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DragonFly in a cold day of the Hess Lake - Patagonia -
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Brown trout of the Malleo river.
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Fishing Brown trouts with speycasting in the Caleufu River.
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Fishing DryFly in the Malleo River. Junin de los Andes.
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"It's a small one"
The fish is fought to the boat and assessed.
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A Patience Game
This foggy November day Martin is out scouting for rainbows, and even though the podcast starts out with no real subject, it turns into a podcast about patience. He plays the patience game with the fish that aren't there, but finally manages to find a school of small fish.
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Better fishing pictures: Shadows
Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about making the shadows a part of the image, and maybe even the most important part?
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