Been back in Montana/Wyoming for almost a week now and I’m still trying to process every day of the Argentine angling experience.   There are moments that stick out, but they are more than just moments of time.  More like days upon days.  Not one part ranks higher than the rest as the entire trip was a highlight of my angling career.  It’s right up there the two week fishing trip to Montana and YNP, back in 1992, with my father.  That experience started this very lifestyle I’m living.  Extended trips allow one to sink into that part of world and see more than just the fishing.  The folks you travel with enrich the experience, locking in memories for a lifetime.

Walking the banks or floating stretches of a new river, in an place that is far, far away yet closer than you might think, is every anglers delight.  Trout streams, especially those in remote places that require a bit of work to get to, always provide a unique experience.  Sixty-five hundred miles, one way, is far enough.

Mountainous environments are not just mountains, they all don’t look the same, yet there is something strikingly familiar about all trout streams and their surroundings.  Snow falls in the peaks, that were created millions of years ago.  Water flows into the rivers, thus carving the land, giving life to the valley.  Insects hatch and trout thrive, which entices the angler to come and find them.  Flowing water calms us all and this is what I find the most familiar.

I spent sixteen of the nineteen days on the water, never leaving the river until O’dark thirty.  The biggest difference from North America to South America is lack of pressure.  This will change in time, but time, in fact, is on your side.  Things move slowly in Argentina and trips like this are worth every penny.   We are going back, sooner rather than later.  Join us if you like.

MORE TO COME……..