Josh Mills takes an exotic fishing trip. You went to Argentina because the fishing was good. Yeah, it's a scenario where I luckily got the invite kind of to call to the bullpen when one of my friends was putting a trip together. He works as the marketing director for Waterworks Lampson, a fabulous fly fishing manufacturer out of the Boise area, and got a chance to go down and fish for the famed Golden Dorado, which is typically known as the National Fish of Argentina. They're unlike anything that I've ever fished for is in the fact that first, a color to the journey to get there. Three, the hospitality of the Argentines that we got a chance to interact with and stay at the lodges that we were at. It was incredible. We flew from January, cold weather down to the southern hemisphere of 90 plus to 100 plus degree weather with humidity. And when you got to Buenos Aires and then took a pretty extended trip out to the first lodge that we went to, it would be north east of Buenos Aires, known as Pira Lodge, which is part of the Nervous Waters Consortium of lodges in Argentina in South America. This lodge is out on what is known as the Ibera marsh, which is what I was told is similar to a Everglades, but much, much, much larger than the Everglades itself. Speaker1: So much more to tell you in future episodes.