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Join Me in Argentina with my buddy Bob White in December!

If you’ve ever wanted to fish Argentina in the upper Patagonia region, this might be the time!

A Message from Bob White about the San Huberto Lodge on the Malleo River:

“I first traveled to Argentina in 1985. For nearly 40 years I’ve fished, guided, and hosted groups of fly fishermen at a myriad of locations in Patagonia.

The Olsen family’s lodge, San Huberto, remains one of our favorites. Every year Lisa and I depart, believing that the experience couldn’t possibly be better… and yet, the next season always reveals new improvements.

The Olsen family and their staff are uncompromising in their pursuit of excellence and continue to refine and improve every aspect of what they offer. The food, the accommodations, the fishing program, and the incredibly high level of service at San Huberto have to be experienced to be believed.

The lodge accommodates just 12 fishermen that, within the boundaries of the ranch, have access to 22 miles of the Malleo River, a beautiful free stone spring creek, and a remote high mountain lake. Additionally, when conditions are favorable, there is the opportunity to float a remote section of one of the area’s larger rivers.”

When: December 1 – December 8, 2024

Hosted by Bob White with author Steve Ramirez

“Steve Ramirez is an award-winning and bestselling author who lives and writes in the Texas Hill Country. Steve’s first book, Casting Forward, was featured in the film Mending the Line.

His second and third books, Casting Onward and Casting Seaward, have received critical acclaim as important works of outdoor adventure and conservation literature.

Casting Homeward is the fourth installment in the Lyons Press Casting series, which has quickly become a uniquely poignant and meaningful body of work in the realm of nature-oriented literature.

Steve currently writes the Seasonable Angler column for Fly Fisherman magazine and serves as the ambassador for Texas for the American Museum of Fly Fishing.

You can look forward to Steve discussing his craft and reading from his work on several evenings over the course of the week.”

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