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Julian Wicksteed's hitchhiking and trout and salmon fly fishing adventure exploring the southern and northern extremities of the American continents begins in Patagonia - the southern tip of South America. With five months of hitchhiking, camping and fly fishing ahead of him; his adventure starts in Argentina's town of Bariloche and meanders south along the Andes mountains towards Ihla Tierra Del Fuego, the southernmost extremity of the Americas. Passing river after river and lake after lake, the fly fishing is exceptional and he catches some of the largest trout he has ever come across. He then returns north on Chile's southernmost road, the Carratera Austral, where the breathtaking Patagonian scenery continues to provide a backdrop for interesting dialog with the local rural people (and stray dogs) met along 'the road less travelled' - not to mention fly fishing for trout and salmon that is second to none. Published by ANGLER WALKABOUT Publications. It is requested by author & publisher that this book is not resold on Amazon.