Humpday Unwind: The Parana River

From the team at Andes Drifters: Our team is happy to present our new exciting destination: Upper Paraná river. We have launched this past season this trip which several customers have already tried and highly reviewed. We believe this is the friendliest Golden Dorado offer on the market, ideal for those who want a taste […]

Jewels of Salta

The video chronicling Riccardo Vaccaro’s Golden Dorado mission in Salta! Full story here.

RicVac on Salta Gold

Words and photos by Riccardo Vaccaro Here is the diary entry from a recent trip my wife and I did to Argentina. We traveled the whole of that massive country for one month, and after chatting to Fred about some fishing possibilities, I made sure my fishing kit was packed. All told, 70% of my […]

Moments shared

               Client & Guide Moments Text by Ryan Hammond (photographs by FlyCastway) As an angler (and guide) it is very easy to become focused solely on the end result; that being to land large numbers of fish or one specific trophy fish.  The special moments shared between anglers, guides and their quarry are often overshadowed […]

Tsiname Photo Essay

Bradley Hyman, of Fly Religion (check out their facebook page) is currently living your dream… If not convinced, see below…   Thanks to Brad and Fly Religion for sharing these photos and keeping us normal peeps green as hell! Follow Fly Religion on Twitter: @FlyReligion

King of the River

The ‘tigerfish’ of South America. This is a fish that I would love to add to my list of fly-caught fish species. It would also be interesting to compare it to our tigerfish. King of the River.

Trailer: What kind of meat.

Watching clips like this just makes me want to drop everything and head back to the jungle!!! From the Provo Brothers Vimeo site: In August of 2013, we traveled to Bolivia. It was the craziest place we’ve ever been! This remote country has been on our radar ever since we became obsessed with riding mountains […]

Fabien does Tsiname

When Fab sent me an invitation to a dropbox folder labelled “Tsiname 2013 collection” I really didn’t want to open it. We’ve all heard the stories of massive Golden Dorado in small, clear rivers of the Isiboro Secure National Park and Indigenous Territory. Jealousy struck deep. I fell in love with these aggressive, acrobatic fish on […]