NATIVE PERCA FISH ARGENTINA
Native Perch Specie
John Hudgens releasing a native perca (Percichthys Trucha) from the Limay River, Argentina. It was great to see one of the few native species. We had a great day fishing and creating images with Ron Sorenson of Chocolate Lab Expeditions.
The Perca is an interesting fish, a modern fish some say… so like a Perch Bass Trout?
“Grouped under the common name existed four endemic percíctidos Patagonia: Percichthys trout and Percichthys vincigerrai (smallmouth bass), Percichthys colhuapiensis (largemouth bass) and Percichthys laevis . Modern DNA analysis techniques, resolved the questions of classification and determined that there is a single species in Argentina (Percichthys trout).”
+ For more about this unique specie check out this link: http://aguaspatagonicas.com/peces/perca-o-trucha-criolla
+ Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures: http://www.yellowdogflyfishing.com/
+ Chocolate Lab Expeditions: http://www.cleflyfishing.com/