It is where Argentina’s Rio Barrancoso flows into Lago Strobel. Some label it surreal or incomprehensible, but for simplicity and accuracy let’s just call it the one and only Jurassic Lake. That is exactly where outfitter Brian Oakland, who runs a guiding business called gotfishing.com takes angler clients. “I have had the luxury of fishing a lot of different places in the world. And I've never experienced anything like this to catch a freshwater trout 18 to 20 pounds on a streamer is second to none. And the conditions are extreme. It can be extremely windy. And then two hours later completely calm. So it's got an ever changing environment that can be extremely harsh. But it seemed like the harsher the environment, the harder the wind blew the better the fishing got. And you see these pictures of us holding these enormous trophy rainbows. The wind is howling. You can see the waves white cap and in the background and everybody's just all grins because it's unlike anything you've ever experienced.You use the term adventure. This is adventure in the truest sense of the word. This is adventure in the truest sense of the word. I mean from the time you leave the U.S. from the time you get back you are on, I hate to use the term epic adventure, but that's exactly what you're on.