Josh Mills went on a fishing expedition in Argentina and the first stop was at the Pira Lodge, located out on the Ibera marsh, which is similar to the Everglades, but much, much, much larger. Josh was fishing for Golden Dorado. Think of it as a river spread out wide on a delta that is tons and tons of tunnels and creeks. And it's like a giant marsh boat, a river going through it. And you have different sections to fish through. And your fish and eight weights and ten weights, floating lines, sometimes big, big streamers. And sometimes you catch piranhas and then you catch these dorado, which are unbelievable. They're golden, yellow. They're built like Chinook salmon. They look like a salmon. And every single one of the Dorado, when you hook them, they take to the sky. They jump like crazy and fight really, really hard. A lot of fish in the 3 to 7 pound range. But we are lucky to catch some at piranha that were upwards of 20 pds. So they're big brawling apex predators that don't mess around. And that Pira lodge being that on National Park, there it is. You've never seen life teeming in a place like that. There's caimans everywhere. Capybara, they're giant rodents, more ducks and water, bird species, and then just stuff that looked like they came out of someone's eclectic drawing book of what is a bird supposed to look like in their mind. So it was spectacular nonetheless. Google, Golden Dorado and see what these monsters look like.