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Feb 16-21, 2014 - By Matthew Solon
An Acquired Taste
The Rio Grande and all her moods are special, add in the unique behaviour of its sea trout and you have a completely unique recipe. The river and its trout challenge both angler and guide, capable of taking a 4 inch Sunray shadow cast squareish and stripped fast or a size 10 prince nymph fished nymph style to produce takes from the most dour of fish, you are constantly kept on your toes in terms of tactics and fly selection.
Feb 15-22, 2014 - By Alejandro Martello
The fishing was great both during the day and in the afternoons, with lower light conditions. 20lbs+ fish seemed eager to take our flies at every moment. In this respect, it was noon when long time client, Dave ML, landed the biggest fish of the week, a 28lbs silver fresh hen, when the temperature was at 17 celcius degrees and a very mild breeze was just breaking the surface helping us to mask the landing of both line and fly.
Jan 15 - Feb 15, 2014 - By Pablo Tañira
Already a month into the season, we’ve seen a full range of fishing at Futa—from cold and rainy days in early February to spectacular weather and low-water conditions through the end of January. Our top pool this season, Pozón de los Reyes, has produced up to 60 trout in a single afternoon.
Feb 1-15, 2014 - By José Caparros
It’s been a month and a half since Pira opened its doors for the season and good fishing has been non-stop since the get-go. Anglers are experiencing action in the marshlands, the Corrientes River, as well as tributary creeks where we’re throwing sliders and poppers with dry lines.
Fall 2013 - By Eric Van Velzen & Angela Brennan
With the coming of the holiday season, Bair’s Lodge is wrapping up a wonderful fall fishing season to remember. Guests this season enjoyed and persisted through a variety of weather here in beautiful South Andros from clear blue skies and calm waters to frontal systems that challenged even the best anglers. Despite the varied weather, anglers maintained excellent results, largely due to the expertise of our local guides as well as the bountiful habitat, and abundance of large bonefish unlike anywhere else.
Fall 2013 - By Ken and Anne Perkinson
The 2013 Fall Season at Abaco Lodge got off to the kind of start that fly anglers often dream of! Since reopening in October, we’ve continued the trend of hooking larger than average bonefish; healthy schools cruised the flats on a regular basis and the bones have been eager to hit Enrico Puglasi’s Spawning Shrimp when presented.
Feb 17-28, 2014 - By Fabián Anastasio
The last two weeks at Alto Parana have been nothing short of spectacular. The Upper Paraná River is the lowest we’ve seen it; sandbars are peeking out of the water, clarity is perfect, and pacu remain the stars of the program. Our guides have scouted two new beats and dubbed them “Paculandia” and “Virgin Islands”. Here sight-casting to large, fruit-fly sippers continues to be… well… fruitful. And the Pipe Fluffy Fruit is proving to be a killer pattern.
Feb 1-15, 2014 - By Kurt Treichel
Last week began with good weather, followed by warm easterly winds that temporarily soured fishing in the river. Our local trophy lakes, on the other hand, proved to be a productive Plan B—especially when we were able to find shelter from the guests.