Argentina has for many years been known as the world's leading wing shooting destination. We can offer a combination hunt for ducks and pigeons, which must be said to be a totally unique, complete hunting experience
4 days from $4,995
Duck hunting over decoys, morning and afternoon. Morning hunts depart the lodge in the dark, but after a hearty breakfast. Drives vary depending on water conditions, but range from ten to forty five minutes. Hunters are placed in dry blinds, or large dry, sunken “buckets” of the style of an individual pit blind, or on platform-pallet blinds.
Shooting over decoys starts at first light and continues until 10 am or after. Most days, duck hunters return to the lodge for lunch and a siesta before afternoon departures at about 3pm for evening duck hunts. Evening hunts last until dark.
You can on this hunt combine this duck hunt with hunt for the fast small doves as wells as the bigger pigeons.
At 300 km from Ezeiza International Airport is San Juan Lodge, located in a stunning rural setting in the hearth of the Duck region of Buenos Aires Province, the Estancia has a great location and a warm and welcoming style, close to Bolivar city but in a stunning rural setting. Hunters may also fly from Buenos Aires (Ezeiza International Airport), direct to the lodge in a private flight or...Read more
The hunting area is situated 300 km from Ezeiza International Airport, located in a stunning rural setting in the hearth of the Duck region of Buenos Aires Province. The Estancia has a great location and a warm and welcoming style close to Bolivar city. Hunters are placed in dry blinds, or large dry, sunken buckets of the style of an individual pit blind, or on platform-pallet blinds, sometimes...Read more
Southern Lodges is a family company committed to customize your hunting trip. Their vision is to develop a "Unique hunting experience". Here the team provides excellent service in and outside the Lodge. Hunters, guides and trackers will ensure the ultimate outdoor experience while their team of chefs, waiters and housekeepers will take care of the rest. Southern Lodges offer hunts located in La...Read more
Scientific Name: Zenaida auriculara Subspecies: N/A Distribution: Resident breeding bird throughout South America, from Columbia to southern Argentina and Chile. Habitat: Savannah and other open areas including cultivated farmlands. Description: A medium-sized dove, 24cm in length, with a long wedge shaped tail. Adult males have olive-brown upper parts, with black spots on the wings....Read more
Scientific Name: Columbia livia Subspecies: 12 different subspecies have been recognised, some possibly derived from feral populations. Feral pigeons are actually derived from domesticated rock doves, and wild and feral birds often interbreed, Distribution: Originally the rock dove was a native of western and southern Europe, North Africa and South Asia. It was now been introduced to many...Read more