Fly Fishing Argentina: A Distant Feast

April 11, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Peter Kaminsky makes an epic-length journey to break a 20-year-old rule against not killing wild trout. “With the brook trout, or fontinalis, as it is known in Argentina, fly-fishing connoisseurs anywhere in the world often feign disinterest concerning the size of the fish. “They are so darned beautiful,” I have heard anglers say at least a thousand times in praise of pint-sized brook trout, which has been reclassified as a char and not a true trout at all.” In The New York Times.