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Default Rainbow Fishing in Jurassic Lake

Hooked on the Fly did an episode this week on rainbow fly fishing at Jurassic Lake located on the southern end of Argentina. The average rainbow caught in this lake is 10 lbs, the largest to date being 26 lbs. Here is a video clip of the awesone fly fishing:
••• Jurassic Lake, LOOP Adventures •••

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I'm hoping to get to Argentina in the next couple of years and this is one of the spots I hope to fish. I've seen a few other threads on this place and it just looks nuts.
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I sure hope you get to fish Jurassic Lake, it looks awesome, but be sure to learn to fish into a very heavy wind before going. Get yourself a copy of the DVD Taming the Wind and be sure to take lots of photos of your trip and post a trip report here! Good luck.

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Wow, around where I fish anything over 18 inches is a big fish. Catching one that size would be a once in a lifetime thing. I wish I could visit that lake!!
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Nice video!! Some fat Bows down there. Have to pay off my boat and save up for a trip!!
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Great video Larry...Davo when we going?...

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Awsome. I thought it was windy here!
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Dan: I think that place even has Wyoming beat for wind! LOL!

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Default Re: Rainbow Fishing in Jurassic Lake

Does anyone have a comprehensive list of successful flies they used at Jurassic Lake that they are willing to share? I have read all the information out there, but I'm looking for fly selections from people who have fished the lake, IE: what were your five most fish catching flies?
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