Golden dorado fishing
You 100% can throw gear, but yeah, we're throwing at the first launch. We were throwing anything from streamers that were just giant, giant streamers the size of your hands that were below the surface. They're very predatory, almost like a pike or a bath in the way that they hunt stuff down some of the takes. It looked like a toilet had flushed in the middle of the river that we were fishing. Just incredible. And then at the bigger lodge, we were throwing eight weights as well. But then we would switch to ten weights, a really big fly rod to handle. I mean, to get up to 44 or Â£45 and throw in sinking lines and just doing everything we could to throw as far as we could and swing it in front of these big rock piles in the middle of this giant river. And you definitely have to bring your A-game. And it's very recommended. And you know how to double haul and send long carts with big flies and big fly rods, but definitely a fly fishing trip for sure. Is this all catch and release? Yeah, I suppose in some respects, but I believe in the areas we are in, especially the national park. It's all catch and release on the Dorado. I think you could probably get away with taking a few of the piranhas back because those piranhas absolutely shred flies. So I would spend half an hour on Tiny Fly and sometimes you didn't know what you were going to get and these piranhas would cut your fly in half with their razor sharp teeth. Speaker1: Never mind your fingers.