Unique Hatches in Argentina

>>Unique Hatches in Argentina

Unique Hatches in Argentina

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Hatches in Argentina can be very diverse throughout the summer.  From caddis, mayflies, midges, and stoneflies to hoppers, crickets, wasps, cantaria beetles, pancora crabs, minnows, willow worms, and afids, etc.  In addition, there are many UFO’s (Unidentified Flying Objects) that keep the fish on the surface and few predators to put them down.  Terrestrial fishing is awesome in the middle of the summer and peaking in late February to the end of March.  If you like dry fly takes and fish that aren’t afraid to swallow a size 2 dry fly,contact us for a slot!

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By |2017-03-15T21:35:04+00:00November 15th, 2012|Categories: Patagonia River Guides|0 Comments

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