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      Fly Fishing in Patagonia: A Trout Bum's Guide
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      Date: 5-11-06
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    Rob Zelk

    I swing, therefore i am.
    Thats sweet. How does the fight compare, say, with a steelhead?
    #1 5-11-06 2:35pm

    East Fork
    What exactly is that? Fresh or salt? Where?
    #2 5-11-06 3:37pm


    Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater
    Nice Fish
    #3 5-11-06 3:39pm


    Fly Fishing in Patagonia: A Trout Bum's Guide
    Compared to Steelhead, Dorado jump more and run less. A lot more like Tarpon, including the bony mouth. This one was caught near the confluence of Río Corrientes and Río Paraná, in Northern Argentina.
    #4 5-11-06 4:09pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Fyi that is a golden dorado which is a kinda strage name (golden gold) but anyways they are in no way related to pelagic dorado and spend all their time in fresh water. They almost look like trout with the adipose fin and all. Great fish!
    #5 5-11-06 8:36pm

    Rob Zelk

    I swing, therefore i am.
    "The Latin name for Golden Dorado is "Salminus Maxillosus" with the former referring to its salmon-like features and the latter describing the powerful jaws. Despite its name it is not related to the Salmon. "Golden" refers to the beautiful colours (yellow, orange and black) of this magnificent fish . Smaller fish are called Doradito’s and are best described as a prehistoric trout with huge head and powerful jaws."
    #6 5-11-06 9:53pm

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