The Magic Desolation of Patagonia

“Among fly-fishers, Patagonia is a sort of El Dorado. On rivers such as the Cisnes, Simpson, Baker — and plenty that are less well-known — you can find brightly stippled and highly aggressive trout, which swallow grasshoppers the size of small birds.” Jeremy Paxman writes about a recent journey to Patagonia and the Bahia Mala, by way of the Rio Limay and lots of wind, in the UK Times Online.

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