Experience the best Argentina duck hunting in Esquina Corrientes. Literally millions of ducks winter in the low wetlands and delta of the Parana River drainage and we've got 6000 prime, private acres on this awesome duck factory. From May 1- August 31, our duck hunting guests will see hundreds of ducks every morning and shoot multiple species, plus have an Argentina mixed-bag wing shooting experience with dove and pigeon hunts and hunting the famed upland game of Argentina, the perdiz.
Argentina Duck Hunting
Our Argentina duck hunts start with 5:45am breakfast and by 6:45 we are in the blinds. We finish about 10:00 or when all have reached their limit of 30 ducks. Hunters will almost always get the chance to reach the daily limit and most do. Lunch is served about 12:00 am followed by a well deserved siesta. The afternoon can be occupied by perdiz or dove hunting or Dorado fishing. Our duck hunts also take place on the islands of the Corrientes River or on lagoons located on 1000’s of acres of private property. Hunters will sit in daily constructed blinds, shoot over decoys. Our professional Argentina duck hunting guides grew up hunting in this area and are highly skilled at duck calling. In fact, our best caller uses only his hands and mouth. They will have scouted the area before your arrival to insure an unbelievable Argentina ducking hunting trip. Learn more about our Wing Shooting Argentina duck hunting guides.
Duck Hunting Species
There are roughly 25 species of ducks migrating through this area. The most common are the Rosy-Billed Pochard (Neta peposaca), Brazilian Teal (Amazonetta brasiliensis), Silver Teal (Anas flavirostris), Speckled Teal (Anas flavirostris), White-faced Whistling Duck, (Dendrocygna viduata), Black-Bellied Tree Duck, (Dendrocygna autumnalis), Fulvous Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna bicolor), White Cheeked Pintail (Anas bahamensis), Red Shoveler (Anas platalea), Black-headed duck (Heteronetta atricapilla), and the Ringed Teal (Callonetta leucophrys)
Argentina Duck Hunting Lodge
We offer Argentina duck hunts out of the remote and exclusive ranch, La Pelada. We offer 4-7 night packages and a multiple activities to customize any trip from the budget minded to the most discriminating international hunter. The opportunity for freshwater Golden Dorado fishing makes this Cast and Blast destination world class. Estancia La Pelada is the perfect Argentina duck hunting lodge. It sits on the banks of the Corriente River, 35 kilometers north of the confluence of the Corriente and the enormous Parana River. The combination of the immense fly ways and deltas make this area a haven for waterfowl. In addition to these marshlands, La Pelada Ranch has many shallow lagoons scattered across its 25,000 acres which also support thousands or ducks and wildlife.
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