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Gspot #5

Hint: This month's G-spot came from a conversation with a reader and if you've caught me daydreaming, this might be why!

In the southern portion of the world's longest mountain range, there's a beautiful National Park with lakes and streams filled with both native species like the pejerrey as well as trout. A huge larch forest towers between the banks and the snowy glacial peaks. It's just west from Esquel in the Chubut Province. Lat: -X2.65 Long: -X1.92

G-Spot: Name this National Park and the country it's in Bonus: Name the glacier above Lago Menendez to get a second entry.

For a chance to win a new fly line (anything but a multi-tip) sponsored by the good people at Scientific Anglers (Thanks Bruce!), send your answers to Eric@Sexyloops.com. The winner will be chosen with the Sexyloops random number generator from correct entries, and three additional winners will get a Sexyloops "Flyfishing, Flycasting, and Socks" sticker.

Answer:(highlight below)
--->Los Alerces National Park, Patagonia Argentina & the Torrecillas Icefield<---

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