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Argentina’s Fly Fishing Gold Rush

Argentina’s Fly Fishing Gold Rush

For anglers, Patagonia’s trout are unquestionably the fish species most closely associated with destination travel to Argentina. But if you prefer your sportfish with a more savage disposition capable of producing drag-melting runs and tarponian acrobatics, Argentina’s Paraná River is, quite literally, a gold mine. Golden dorado appear to have an inferiority complex about their […]

US DOT Approves Airline Routes to Cuba

US DOT Approves Airline Routes to Cuba

On June 14, 2016, the United State Department of Transportation approved routes for several US airlines, including American Airlines, Frontier, JetBlue, Silver, Southwest and Sun Country, to begin service to Cuba. This is another major step for US tourism into Cuba and eases even more of the limited ways to reach the island from the […]

Sometimes Shorter Is Better

Sometimes Shorter Is Better

Trek is currently promoting an exciting all new shorter version of its Captain Peacock trip in the Amazon. From our own experiences, we have constantly suggested to our boat suppliers in Brazil to have a shorter version of the six and half day fishing program that takes 9-10 days to complete (with travel). We know […]

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