Seasons in Argentina at Estancia Cortaderas
Due to the variety of available activities, Estancia Cortaderas offers
hunting and fishing 12 months/year.
High volume dove hunting, pigeon hunting and dorado fishing are
offered year round and are combined with ducks and perdiz May-August
for the ultimate mixed bag experience.
May – August
Mixed bag hunting combines ducks, perdiz, pigeon and doves for the
ultimate in a diverse sporting experience.
Duck and perdiz hunting takes place only during the Argentine
winter (May-August) and is combined with dove and pigeon which are
hunted year round. The
combination of species and hunt schedules are determined based of the
preferences of our guests.
Dorado fishing may also be enjoyed during the mixed bag season.
High Volume Dove
September - April
Dove hunting is year round but the best of our high volume hunting
takes place during our “off season”, beginning in September at the
close of the mixed bag season.
As spring approaches, warmer weather attracts swarms of eared
doves known to locals only as a fierce agricultural pest.
Hunters have no problem to shoot 4 cases of shells daily during
this season. The colder
May-August season similarly presents no shortage of doves.
Finishing a day of mixed bag hunting with a late afternoon dove
shoot as birds swarm back to their roost easily affords the chance to
shoot a case or more of shells.
A unique feature among Argentine outfitters is our ability to offer
Dorado fishing all year.
The lodge’s strategic location on the Parana River offers convenient
access to Argentina’s principle freshwater artery, affording countless
Fishing may be combined with the winter mixed bag hunts or with high
volume dove hunts (September-April) for the ultimate “cast & blast”