F I S H I N G R E P O R T W E E K 6 – FEB 6th – FEB 13th, 2010 O V E R A L L C O N D I T I O N S: The week started with southern wind which brought rain all week. The river [...]
Tag Archive 'sea run brown trout'
After 5 years of fishing all over Argentina, we’ve amassed a collection of thousands of photos. Our goal is to start sharing some of these photos by randomly posting one everyday (or at least everyday that we’re on the computer). Fish porn can get boring, so we’ll try to change it up. Hope you enjoy [...]
Here’s Faraway Fly Fishing client Hugh Chesterton’s 22lb chrome sea trout that he got from Far End Rivers Lodge last week. The shit eating grin says it all! Nice work Hugh
As a fishing guide in southern Patagonia, guiding and fishing for sea-trout has become something really interesting and necessary for me, this is an extremely difficult fish to catch, most of the good fishing is in low light conditions and you never know when this moody fish is going to take your fly, but when they [...]
For those of you who are interested in the propagation of salmonids in Patagonia and are of a more scientific bent, you might find these resources quite interesting: GESA, which has a number of cutting-edge studies on andadromous salmonids in Patagonia and of particular interest to me, the steelhead the remote Rio Santa Cruz in [...]
Here at Faraway Fly Fishing we’re unabashed fishing addicts who try to squeeze in as much fishing in as many different places as humanly possible. Oftentimes this fishing wanderlust comes at the expense of strained relationships, ballooning credit card statements and even the occasional night spent on the airport floor. But looking back over the [...]