A Southern Angler in Patagonia

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By Kevin Howell AS THE VOICE OVER THE INTERCOM SAID, "EN PREPARACION PARA EL ATERRIZAJE" (IN PREPARATION FOR LANDING) I STARTED TO GET THAT FEELING IN MY STOMACH. Was this trip going to be worth the travel and the money, what was the weather going to be...

My Tenkara Fix

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By Justin Pickett We had hardly settled into the lodge in Patagonia and already I’m itching to wet a line. There is a pond in front of the main lodge, with a small stream meandering through the backside of the property, as well as the Chimehuin River...

Saturday Shoutout / Free The Snake

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Patagonia champions the Snake River. Professor David Montgomery, of the Univercity of Washington makes an interesting point about rivers. We think of rivers as a mode of moving water and materials to the ocean, but we don't think about those rivers, and their wild salmon runs,...

Patagonia’s Endless Summer

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It turns out there is a cure for winter. The sky is blue. The sun is warm. Red stone cliffs rise above deep green water. Rolling hills covered in sage brush, or what looks like sage brush, roll uninterrupted as far as the eye can see....