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Fly Fishing for Argentina's Sea-run Brown Trout

Where one in 50 brown trout is over 20 pounds and fish stack by the hundreds.

Fly Fishing for Argentina's Sea-run Brown Trout

The Rio Grande is one of those rare places where fishing over the course of many decades has been constantly improving. (Jessica DeLorenzo photo)

This article was originally titled "The Silver One" in the Oct/Nov/Dec 2016 issue of Fly Fisherman magazine.

There are many places in the world where the fishing isn’t nearly as good as it used to be. Most places actually.

Steelhead runs in the Pacific Northwest are a shadow of their former glory. Atlantic salmon have been decimated in the U.S. to where wild populations are just barely hanging on in a few streams in Maine. Guides in the Florida Keys have been scratching their heads over a lost generation of bonefish. The oceans are depleted by 90 percent in terms of large gamefish, and you have to walk far and work hard to find a single native Eastern...

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