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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Chilean Adventure (Cont'd)

Chilean Patagonia at the Picacho Lodge is a special place. It's comfortable, remote, and beautiful. Not only for fishing, but for someone seeking opportunities for photograhy. The beauty and diversity of this region is a little known secrete making it one of my favorite destinations.

Below are some pictures of the beauty of this region along with some "grip and grin" pictures. Some of these were from my friends and clients from our February trip so thankyou for those.

Chilean Patagonia, truely a mountain of beauty

A good lake for large browns

I captured this sunset one evening before dinner.

With all the beauty of this area I had to include Tom making a fashion Statement

The Traditional Asado

There wasn't much left.

Sitting around telling big stories with a little Chilean wine

This mare was tough to get close to.

Piero and Tom with a nice Brown

Dennis with Santa's helper
Dennis with a nice brown from a Laguna

Tom and Claudio with a good fish.

Tom brought this nice bow to the net
Nate had a good week seen here with a nice bow.
Claudio with a nice Brown caught by Tom

Santa's helper did some fishing too.

Dennis bags another

Mowing the lawn

Here is Martin with a nice small stream brown.

A great place for a father and son to spend some time.

Keep your eyes open for more posts about this extrordinary destination. This truely is a remote fishing opportunity to fish with no others fisher people anywhere around. If you have any interest in a trip with us now is the time to begin your planning. Contact John Miller or I for additional information.
Scott McClintock
SAO Flyfishing Specialist and Guide

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