Top 3 Reasons To Fly Fish Alaska in September

Posted by yellowdog on 7/30/18 9:37 AM

There's a good reason why Alaska is on most peoples' bucket lists: the rainbow trout fishing is some of the best found on earth. On top of that, the breathtaking landscapes offer respite from the hustle and bustle of busy lives.

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Topics: Freshwater Fly Fishing, Alaska

Brief Overview: The Fly Fishing Seasons in New Zealand

Posted by yellowdog on 7/19/18 9:28 AM

With the best fishing and summer months being limited, lodges book out quickly. If you are wanting to go and explore New Zealand and what it has to offer, we strongly suggest that you book one year in advance if you plan on fishing one destination or multiple. This gives anglers prime dates and lodging opportunities. 

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Topics: Freshwater Fly Fishing

4 Must-Visit Golden Dorado Fishing Destinations in Argentina

Posted by yellowdog on 7/18/18 9:01 AM

Golden Dorado are often viewed as the apex predator fish in South America and despite their ferociousness, strength and brute power, they are exceptionally beautiful creatures to target on the fly. Fly fishing for golden dorado has grabbed the imagination of many anglers over the past decade and for good reason; they provide terrific sight fishing opportunities, incredibly aggressive strikes and acrobatic fights.

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Topics: Freshwater Fly Fishing, Argentina, Chile

Buenos Aires Travel Tips & Recommendations

Posted by yellowdog on 7/13/18 9:08 AM

While traveling down to Patagonia on your fly fishing adventure or returning home, you may end up having a layover day in Buenos Aires, Argentina. With a full day to explore the city, figuring out how to make the most of it may be challenging. Buenos Aires has fine dining, art, dancing, everything any large metropolitan city has to offer.

With a population around 14 million navigating the large city and knowing where to go can be daunting unless you have some pointers. Here is a list that we put together to help you decide how to make the most out of your time in Buenos Aires and how to navigate the city- from touchdown to takeoff.

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Topics: Argentina, Chile

Fly Fishing for Double Digit Bonefish in the Cook Islands

Posted by yellowdog on 7/6/18 12:02 PM

Aitutaki is a part of the Cook Islands in the South Pacific and has only a population of a little over 2,000. This is the corner of the earth where crystal-clear waters and stands of palm trees paint the landscape. Geographically, Aitutaki is an atoll with a barrier reef running the perimeter of the lagoon which is roughly 20 square miles in area. With both the the lagoon and barrier reef, the fishing options are virtually endless. Stepping onto Aitutaki is like taking a step back in time where life is slower paced and enjoying the beautiful destination seems to be the number one goal of locals and tourists alike. Aside from the fantastic tropical setting, Aututaki is one of few places on Earth where one can catch double digit sized bonefish. 

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Topics: Saltwater Fly Fishing

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