We all know about steelhead in the PNW, the Great Lakes and even Russia, but the mighty anadromous Onchorynchus mykiss also exists in a river that empties on the south atlantic in Patagonia. For an interesting read take a look here:
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Fascinating... and the images of fish, fisherman and scenery are incredible. Kudos to Tornillo and to you for the fine work with this article. I now have yet another reason to lust over Patagonia, a true fishermans paradise.
Someday I will visit...
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