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Fly Fishing in Patagonia

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Various species of tough fighting fish live all over the Patagonia region in Argentina. Find wild German Browns, Eastern Brookies, McCloud-strain rainbows, and Sebago landlocked Atlantic salmon in the turquoise waters, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of lush plant life, glacier crowned mountains, and small villages. Wade or drift down the Malleo, Quilquihue, or Filo Hua Hum rivers using dry or wet flies and battle the wild, strong fish waiting in the water. Or, if you're a fishermen looking for a challenge and a fight, head North to Corrientes in search of Golden dorado.

Written by  Tara Fuller.

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