Published May 31. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 8. 2018

Freaks of Nature

Trailer: Lago Strobel, aka Jurassic Lake, has earned a reputation as the best place on earth to catch a trophy rainbow trout. Ten pound fish are common and twenty pound plus trout are caught every week.

But there is a common misconception that the fishing is one dimensional, in this film we explore the true extent of the fishery; sight fishing dry flies to huge lake cruisers just a few feet from the shore, exploring the lake's only tributary the Rio Barrancoso which is stacked full of giant fish and uncovering another small creek system, Moro Creek, which is also home to thumping rainbow trout.

A Gin-Clear Media Production - www.gin-clear.com
In Association with Fly Dreamers - www.flydreamers.com
Filmed at Estancia Laguna Verde Lodge - http://estancialagunaverde.com

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Starring - Nick Reygaert, Patricio MacAllister, Martin Alvarez
Produced by Gin-Clear Media, gin-clear.com
Directed / Edited / by Nick Reygaert
Special Thanks / Luciano Alba / Beto Alba / Sylven Reygaert / Chris Sharland / Rene Vaz
Filmed in Patagonia, Argentina

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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