Travel to Argentina and learn about golden dorado fishing spots found in the Parana River in Iguazu.
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Male: Yeah, he wants it.
Female: Isn’t it always an up stream breeze?
Male: Very nice fish.
Male: Yes, that’s a good fish and he is not happy.
Male: Oh, beautiful.
Male: He is not happy. He’s running up stream. Look at him, go clear up there. He’s clear up, running way up stream and he’s going to come in to that tree. Come this way. Come this way.
Male: I’m going to place the landing. Yeah, he’s going down stream. He’s coming into the boat.
Male: I’ll try to stop right there. A very strong fish.
Male: And attack. What an attack! He may be as big as your scale. He is not happy. It is very deep right here.
Male: Yeah I know, thank you.
Male: Very strong fish.
Male: Yeah and he can't get out. Can you bring Kelly’s—let me out first.
Male: You go out first.
Male: I think he’s foul hooked, foul hooked—
Male: We need to follow, you said?
Male: No, I think he’s hooked in the side now.
Male: Maybe, I don’t know, or wrapped.
Male: I don’t think so. He’s very strong.
Male: They’re amazing fish—
Male: And you know what? He isn’t—he’s just strong.
Male: Maybe you go back for—
Male: Now, we’ve done it.
Male: Okay. Yeah!
Male: Now, it’s in the mouth.
Male: Incredible! Beautiful.
Male: Watch your hand.
Male: Yeah, sure.
Male: You can't get him out of the net. Sorry.
Male: We need a bigger net. Amazing! Awesome!
Male: Look at the fish. Beautiful actually I think here is still bigger. Good faith buddy, look at the tail, bright red.
Male: And he’s leaving.
Male: And very sharp—
Male: Very well, thank you.
Male: He hammered that—
Male: He’s very fast. It’s like explosion.
Male: Hey, thank you.
Male: Our mid day break brought the classic anglers report of how things were going. That was of course in reference to the one that got away. There was also apparently found several fly—along the drift as well.
Victor, one of our host took care of lunch today complete with glasses and table cloth in true Argentine style.
Kelly: That was a true cast.
Male: Yes, yeah! There he is.
Male: Very nice.
Male: Very nice. He chased that for a long way.
Male: It’s like there’s a pocket. There were a couple of fish in there. This is amazing!
Male: Very nice.
Male: Too cool!
Female: Salmon is—olden Dorado is without question the most ferocious fresh water fish in the western hemisphere. There were aggressive attacks and flies are impressive and when you get them out of the water, they still try to bite you with those powerful jaws.
The flies that worked were large, deceiver type streamers on two and three hooks. We hope to get back again better prepared so we can try these guys on surface flies. I’m sure it would work. When you consider Juan and all the other guys are from Patagonia and had never fished for Dorado, they did great.
We did however spend a little time poking fun at that very pretty expensive trout net. They have lamentably left the trip with a few extra holes in it.
Male: The fly is out—
Male: Oh my, he’s going to hit the boat, watch out.
Male: —my feet.
Male: Very nice.
Male: Very well.
Male: Have you ever since the fisherman’s—
Male: Kind of—
Male: You just roll up your sleeve, I’ll show you.
Male: Okay, I’ll come up here.
Male: Okay, I understand that. Thank you very much.
Male: Handshake you know but—
Male: Oh, only for fishing?
Male: Okay, I learned something today, thank you very much—