We Finally Moved In!!!!

It’s good to be back with you guys after a four month break. Cathey and I moved into our new home, three weeks ago, and we finally have everything in place inside the house. We completed all the landscaping in the front and sides of the house a couple of days ago but still have a lot more landscaping ahead of us. The back is still a work in progress while we wait for rain to pack the fill dirt so the fence post will whole must better. The lot that the house is built on is backed up against property owned by General Motors and will never be developed. We see deer and turkey daily in the woods behind the house. 

We lived upstairs with our daughter’s family for 16 weeks while we were in the building process. Between constructing our house and painting all the rooms in our daughter’s house gave little time for fishing. I did make a couple of trips to the Caney Fork that I will report on later, but no fishing from the boat was possible, too hot and too busy everyday. Tennesseehas some fantastic small lakes near home and of course the Caney is close as well; spring can’t get here faster enough for me!!!

 

Wishing everyone a great Thanksgiving Day       

It’s good to be back with you guys after a four month break. Cathey and I moved into our new home, three weeks ago, and we finally have everything in place inside the house. We completed all the landscaping in the front and sides of the house a couple of days ago but still have a lot more landscaping ahead of us. The back is still a work in progress while we wait for rain to pack the fill dirt so the fence post will whole must better. The lot that the house is built on is backed up against property owned by General Motors and will never be developed. We see deer and turkey daily in the woods behind the house. 

We lived upstairs with our daughter’s family for 16 weeks while we were in the building process. Between constructing our house and painting all the rooms in our daughter’s house gave little time for fishing. I did make a couple of trips to the Caney Fork that I will report on later, but no fishing from the boat was possible, too hot and too busy everyday. Tennesseehas some fantastic small lakes near home and of course the Caney is close as well; spring can’t get here faster enough for me!!!

 

Wishing everyone a great Thanksgiving Day       

DIY Fly Fishing Patagonia Argentina: Trout, Sea Run, Golden Dorado

Argentina Fishing Season: November 1st to May 31st.Welcome to the 2016/2017 Patagonia Argentina Fly Fishing SeasonExperience the Very Best DIY Walk-Wade & Float Trip ProgramsDefine DIY Walk-Wade & FloatDIY simply means you pay for you…


Argentina Fishing Season: November 1st to May 31st.


























Welcome to the 2016/2017 
Patagonia Argentina Fly Fishing Season

Experience the Very Best DIY Walk-Wade & Float Trip Programs

Define DIY Walk-Wade & Float


DIY simply means you pay for your lodging, meals/beverages, and...


  • 100% of our time is committed to guiding/fishing.  We do not run a 'lodge' style program -- we do not start fishing at 9:30 A.M. and we do not take two hour shore lunches.
  • We guide and host you from pre-trip planning to finish.
  • Stay where you like, or you can stay at one of our in-town private apartments, which is only a short walk to the main square.  After a day of fishing, attend a seasonal festival, visit local restaurants, retail shops, grocery store, bars, etc. Experience the real Patagonia!
  • We offer food/beverage, but the majority of our clients prefer to buy and prepare their own food.
  • We provide transportation to/from the airport, lodging, and rivers.
  • More information at http://firstcastflyfishing.blogspot.com/p/global-trips.html

Four Reasons why DIY with 
First Cast Fly Fishing


1. We have been DIY traveling/fishing Patagonia since 1999. We know all the best fishing spots, plus the best DIY lodging/food/transportation options.  

2. We Offer: Wild Trout -- Brown, Rainbow & Brook



3. We Offer: Wild Sea Run Brown Trout 




4. We Offer: Wild Golden Dorado


Final Words

We hate selling-promoting on price, but why pay more?  The average lodge stay is about $5,000 per week/per person.  Truth be told, most of our clients can afford a lodge stay, but they prefer to spend their time/money on a fishing program dedicated to fishing!  

We hope you enjoyed reading this post.  If you have questions or comments, please feel free to email or call. Many thanks and hope to see you in Patagonia.


Gone Fishing,

Mark

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