We just got back from Argentina. This was actually the exciting one because I had not been down there yet. I had only heard stories of a place called Jurassic Lake a.k.a. Strobel is its real name but it got the term Jurassic lake because it has some of the world's largest rainbows in it. The lake has got a ton of scuds so it has an abundance of food for these fish to feed on and they just get enormous like up to 16 to 20 pound rainbows is what we were targeting. So I had heard about this place. We got a small group together and headed down there. The adventure honestly starts from the very beginning. It takes a day and a half to get down there and you don't regret any of it. It's just kind of a cool adventure from United States down to Buenos Aries, once you get to Buenos Aries you switch airports and head on even further south to what's called El Caliphate. You actually spend the night in this quaint little town, have a delicious meal and then the next morning you are picked up by the guides and driven about four hours to as remote as you can get. And there's just this lake out in the middle of nowhere called Strobel and you're targeting giant rainbows on 8 weight fly rods. If that sounds appealing gotfishing.com.