Fly Fishing For Sea-Run Browns in Tierra del Fuego

In The New York Times, Peter Kaminsky fishes the Irigoyen River and finds that fishing blind and among “remolinos” and deadfalls could be a tiring experience — if it weren’t for the occasional 10- or 15-pound brown that trashes his fly. “The Irigoyen has high banks and large stands of native lenga trees (they look like wind-bent scrub oaks), which serve as a windbreak; you are, for the most part, spared the polar gales that scour the steppes through which the Rio Grande flows.”

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