The World’s Greatest Wild Rainbow Trout Fishery [Video]

Argentina is famous for its fly fishing – most notably, the Argentine area of Patagonia – among anglers worldwide. The fish caught in this Southern American country are often the stuff of dreams, and I haven’t met a single angler who’s visited this area of the world and isn’t itching to go back.

Aside from its rivers, Argentina also boasts perhaps the world’s greatest wild rainbow trout fishery – Jurassic Lake.

Filled to the brim with wild, hard-hitting rainbow trout, Jurassic Lake is a must-visit for every angler who loves big bows.

And as you can see from the video below, the rainbows are huge. 

Have you ever visited Jurassic Lake, or any of Argentina? Let us know in the comments.

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Spencer Durrant

Spencer is a fly fishing writer from Utah and author of the soon-to-be-published YA novel, “Learning to Fly.” He’s a regular columnist for the Standard-Examiner, where he authors the monthly Trout Bum column, in addition to writing the Cutthroat Chronicles for Fishwest. His writing has appeared in Hatch Magazine, On The Fly Magazine, The Orvis Fly Fishing Blog, and If he’s not on the river, he’s at home tying flies or writing. Connect with him on Twitter or Instagram @Spencer_Durrant.

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