Every autumn in Patagonia the big browns start the journey up-river to spawn.

For fishermen, this means the unique opportunity of catching the fish of a lifetime.

Sometimes conditions are hard, the weather can be extremely cold if you are unlucky, and fish numbers are not high. You can fish for a week, walk over 12 km per day just to have a few trout take your fly.

Sometimes you will lose the fight, but if you are lucky enough to fish one, it will be a fish to remember for a forever!

Kind Regards from Chilean Patagonia! @martin_aylw

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