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Mixed bag in Entre Rios

The local population of pigeons has exploded in recent years in Entre Rios province due to increased agricultural production in the area. The area has wet, green fields which are increasingly being converted to soya, maize and sorghum production. This has attracted an unusually high number of pigeons.

At the same time, there are also some excellent opportunities for duck hunting in the large wetlands of the region and along the Parana River. There are many different duck species that can be hunted, which makes the hunt very special - In Argentina there are quotas on duck hunts and it is therefore only allowed to shoot 20-25 ducks per hunter/day. In addition to pigeon and duck hunting, partridge hunts are also offered with pointing dogs.

In addition to wingshooting, big game hunting is also offered on some of the local farms in the Corrientes area. The hunt takes place on free range and the typical species are the Blackbuck antelope, Axis deer and wild boar. In addition, there is also a good population of South American water buffalo, which are also huntable.

The Parana River offers the world's best freshwater fishing after the "Golden Dorado", which really offers some entertaining fishing. There is fishing from the bank or from boats along the Parana river and it is possible to fly or spin fish according to taste and preference.

The season starts in May and ends in August.

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