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My favorite flies for Patagonia

Working as a fishing guide for many years in Chilean Patagonia, I have had experience with literally hundreds of fly patterns

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My Dear Yelcho River


Two weeks ago, I returned to my favorite region, the Yelcho River and lake basin. This is an extraordinary

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Not too far away

For most fishermen, there exists the idea that to fish for big trout you have to travel far. Most fishermen believe you need to seek out remote places very inaccessible, where only a lucky few can ever hope to arrive.

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Spring Creek Fishing PDF Print E-mail

We normaly fish many different kind of waters, rivers, small streams, lagoons, lakes, and spring creeks of course. In the area we fish we can go to several creeks there are in the surroundings, most of them have remained uncharted by anglers since they are really hidden, not easy to find, of course we will keep these in top secret for our clients, also, the area where these creeks are rarely is visited by anglers, and the very few people that visist it go fishing to rivers ignoring that best fishing is behind somewhere near the main waters.  Here is Jim holding a brown trout caught in one of these creeks, he did using dries stalking them, and doing perfect casting to catch this fish. Normally they took bugs that match hoppers or beetles, in the area there is abundant grass mixed with trees, so these patterns worked perfect, however sometimes there were hatches of caddis flies, they worked very well too. 

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