A favorite from Cameron Chambers in STF 5 (Summer 2014):
"It’s was the boca of the Limay, along with the boca’s of the Correntoso and Chimehuin further north, that put Argentina on the fly fishing map. Black and white photos from the 1950’s and 60’s show fish after fish taken from the boca sections of these three rivers. In one photo a banquet table is lined with meter long fish. The fishing is nowhere near what it was fifty years ago, due mostly to the thirty-year propensity to stack trophy trout on banquet tables. Even though it’s not what it used to be we cross the bridge and swivel our necks, our heads naturally filling with images of our own huge boca fish taken not so long ago."