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Friday, August 27, 2010

Sporting Classics: Tigers of the Amazon

2010 Albert A Rasch and
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
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The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles, in association with Bernard + Associates, proudly presents Sporting Classics. Widely recognized as the premier outdoor magazine, with award-winning graphics and the country's top writers, Sporting Classics focuses on the best hunting and fishing throughout the world. Whether it is wingshooting grouse on the Scottish Highlands, stopping Cape Buffalo on the plains of Tanzania, or landing delicate Rainbow Trout on a 2 weight bamboo fly rod, Sporting Classics and its stable of renowned authors covers it with class and finesse.

The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles, has been chosen as one of the few Outdoor Bloggers to share content from the most respected and well known magazine in the outdoor community!

Please enjoy the following advance publication. I would like to thank the Bernard and Associates team and Sporting Classics for choosing The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles  as a partner in their endeavours!




Tigers of the Amazon
by Joey Lin

Fly fishing for the spectacular freshwater dorado.


"El Dorado"


An incredible fishing adventure, one that seems lost in time, awaits anglers who journey to these remote jungle headwaters of the Amazon. Situated in central Bolivia, hundreds of miles from any form of civilization, the crystalline waters of Isiboro-Sécure National Park and Indigenous Territory teem with giant dorado weighing upwards of 40 pounds.


Very few have experienced the thrill of catching freshwater dorado, often referred to as “Tigers of the River” for their razor-sharp teeth and jaws of steel. Once hooked, these golden-hued gamefish put on a spectacular display of strength and leaping ability.









Natives of the Yuracare and Tsimane tribes have plied these secluded Amazonian waters for thousands of years. Using hand-hewn bows and arrows and crude spears, they stalk the jungle rivers for dorado, freshwater stingrays and sabalo, a big carp-like fish.

Freshwater Stingray, it's what's for dinner!


For fly anglers, the dorado season runs from June through September. Joey Lin has been guiding and outfitting fishermen throughout South America for many years. He currently offers fly fishing for dorado out of Tsimana Lodge in Bolivia.


Visit http://www.faroutfishingtrips.com/ or contact Joey Lin via:
email at joey@faroutfishingtrips.com
or by phone: (888) 795-3474.











The Mighty Freshwater Dorado!



Next week! Purdey Shotguns!







Nebraska Hunting Company Scott Croner

3 comments:

Nebraska Hunting Company said...

Incredible photos!

Best to you,
Scott Croner™
Nebraska Hunting Company

Michael Spinelli said...

Albert,

I'm looking forward to the shotgun article!

Cheers!
Mike S
Mike's Travels

Swamp Thing said...

Holy sh*t! I had no idea that a freshwater dorado even existed! Should we count down the weeks until some of the Tennessee Valley bass associations start to lobby to have them added to the local stocking programs?!