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Podcast: Fly Fishing Strobel Lake and Barrancoso River in Argentina

Strobel Lake and Barrancoso River in Patagonia, Argentina are waters known for their enormous trout. In this episode of The Venturing Angler Podcast – sponsored by Nautilus Reels – Luciano Alba of Estancia Laguna Verde discusses fly fishing in Argentina … Continue reading

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Review: The Patagonia Rio Gallegos Front Zip-Waders

From The Venturing Angler: The new Patagonia Rio Gallegos Waders are built for performance. Building upon existing technologies and innovation, Patagonia has made improvements to their Rio Gallegos line with benefits that deserve tremendous praise. I first got a glimpse … Continue reading

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8 Favorite Pieces of Fly Fishing Gear

1. Sage One Switch Rod -I love this rod. It’s fast enough to hand the surf and bays in the wind, but it has plenty feel and hardly feels like a big rod (in the best ways). I use the … Continue reading

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Every Other Day is Not World Oceans Day …

Let’s get real. While social media has delighted me with many images of beaches, sharks, dolphins, crazy exotic reef critters, and more in honor of World Oceans Day, the reality is that some likes and retweets are almost the extent … Continue reading

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Ten Favorite Pieces of Fly Fishing Gear

1. Scott S4s Rod -I own three of these rods. Fast action but plenty of feel. No overlining or other shenanigans needed. Titanium components better resist corrosion. Click here: Scott S4S 2. Sage Method Switch Rod -For the surf, the … Continue reading

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Patagonia Black Hole Duffel: Tough Bag for Tough Travel (The Venturing Angler)

Following a recent trip to Colorado in which my checked baggage was returned by the airline soaked (all-the-way-through!), I decided to invest a little more in a trip bag. Trips, after all, are an important use of time and money … Continue reading

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