Neuquen Province, Argentina
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The Chimehuin River is a river in the northwest of the Patagonic Province of Neuquen, Argentina. Its origin is at Lake Huechulafquen and it passes by the city of Junin de los Andes. After a course of about 53 km, it merges with the Aluminé River to form the Collon Cura River.The Chimehuin is considered a prime spot for fly fishing. It is known for its two introduced species of Salmonidae, the brown trout and the rainbow trout.
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