Imagine... a beautiful unspoiled landscape featuring uncrowded vistas. And the wingshooting? "Way too good to be true" or how about, "You can't load your gun fast enough!" NON STOP ACTION from sunrise to sunset.
High volume hot barrel dove and pigeon shooting at its best - 1000 shells a day. This game rich country teems with fantastic quantities of duck and perdiz to test and improve your skills, no matter how how you've been shooting. Wingshooting in Argentina is an activity that must be experienced rather than explained.
Arrive via Buenos Aires - the gateway to Argentina - an elegant, seductive place with a ragged edge, laced with old world languor and yet full of contemporary attitude. Buenos Aires is unlike any other city in the world.
Duck, dove and perdiz hunting is 1 May to 31 August
Dove only hunting is year round
WHAT TO BRING
The weather in April and May tends to be cool (10 to 15C) in the morning, warming up to the 20's. June is a transitional month, cooler in the morning, 10C, warming up to 15C. July and August are the coldest with 5C in the morning warming up to 15C. Dressing in layers is recommended to remain comfortable. laundry is available.
- Wadrers or hip boots - you won't be in water over your knees on the way to your blind. Waders guarantee you'll stay dry and comfortable.
- Good field boots for upland shooting
- Cotton turtlenecks
- Camo chamois shirts
- Light weight sweaters
- Camo Gortex outer shell
- Camo trousers, cotton ot twill
- Camo down or holofil vest
- Camo or olive drab A broad brim hat is the best for protection during the mosquito season from January to late May.
- Shooting gloves or Gortex gloves are a must to protect your hands from hot gun barrels.
- Quality cotton athletic socks are fine
- Gear - DO NOT forget your CHOKE TUBES, insect repellent, shooting glasses, gun or spray oil
- Camo half mask or camo bandanna (your face is like a neon sign that needs to be covered)
- Camp waist pack to keep your chokes and repellent
- Shell pouch for rapid reloading!