Category Archives: Exotic

Blog posts about exotic species in far off places.

Why Fly Fish From a Kayak – by Scott Jontes

As kayak fishing becomes more popular by the year, naturally fly fishing from a kayak is also growing in popularity. When I decided to start kayak fishing I knew I would incorporate my passion for fly fishing to the kayak. Fly … Continue reading

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How to Fight Wind in the Magic Waters of Patagonia: Equipment Selection – By Martin Aylwin

Chilean Patagonia is truly an amazing fishery. There are more rivers and lakes that you could probably fish in a lifetime. If I can tell you what is the most amazing thing for me about Patagonia is that most of … Continue reading

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Trucco’s Limay- by Barry Beck

Legendary Patagonia angler, Jorge Trucco, is largely responsible for opening up some of the best estancias and their water to the angling public. Throughout the years of fishing with Trucco, he would constantly talk about his Limay River. A few … Continue reading

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Tis’ the season…. by Jason Hartwick

Ti’s the season… and I don’t mean Christmas. Its that time of year fisherman get ready for big trout, salmon, mosquitos, and bears. We’re talking Alaska, Land of the midnight sun. In some places you could fish 24 hours if … Continue reading

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Globe-Trotting: Making Fly-Fishing Travel Easier by Brian Horsley

 Fly fisherman seem to enjoy expanding their horizons by targeting a variety of species—both fresh and saltwater—in different geographic locales. While fly anglers based in the United States have a diverse range of fly-fishing options located within our borders, we … Continue reading

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Babies of Campeche by Cathy Beck

  It’s 6 a.m. in Campeche, Mexico, and in the background I can see the lights of a Starbucks, a soon-to-be busy highway, and the hotel that I will call home for the next three days. Around me are a … Continue reading

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