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November 30, 2007

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A "TYPICAL" Day of Dorado Fishing

Our friend and frequent voice here on FlyTalk, Joey Lin alerted us to this video one of his clients shot the other day on the rio Corrientes in northern Argentina. They were out fishing for freshwater Dorado and helped this guacho (cowboy) cross the river after his pals left him stranded. He loaded up his saddle and other personal items on the Hell's Bay skiff, made his horses fjord the river, and they ferried him across. You don't see this every day. Thanks for the video Joey! Check out more of Joey's adventures here.


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