The Limay River in Argentina is home to some of the best trout fishing on the planet. This river is featured in a video from Chocolate Lab Expeditions.
“The Lower Limay River is a large river that has some of the healthiest and strongest rainbow trout in all of Patagonia. These fish feed throughout the year on aquatic insects and minnows and average between 17-21 inches. The river also has huge resident and migratory brown trout that range from 20 to 30+ inches. For fly fishing for big, hard-fighting trout, the Lower Limay River is a favorite for many anglers.
Learn more about the Limay River and fly fishing with Chocolate Lab Expeditions: cleflyfishing.com
+Filmers: Bryan Gregson, Will Phelps
+Editor: Sean McCormick”
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