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Fishing Argentina's Chimehuin River

January 18, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

“The Chimehuin originates from the glacier-fed waters of Lake Huechulafquen in the Andes and runs for 37 scenic miles until it flows into the Collon Cura River. The Malleo and Aluminé Rivers also flow into the Collon Cura, and, collectively, these four rivers provide some of the premier trout fishing in the world, famous for the quality and size of their brook, brown and rainbow trout.” Owen Schroeder finds a bounty in Neuquén Province in central Argentina. On TheLeafChronicle.com.