We just had a group that got back from Argentina, this is what they had to say and some pics:
Still have room for a couple of folks to join the groups that I am hosting next month.
Just writing to send a big thank you your direction. The
trip was fantastic. I must admit, my true passion in life is bird hunting, and
with everything you hear about the hunting in Argentina, my expectations for a
good hunt were very high. After the first hunt I realized that all of the talk
Like one of the other hunters in camp mentioned, the quality of
hunting there is impossible to over emphasize. You really can't over sell it. I
had heard from other hunters that had duck hunted in Argentina that all the
hunting was done over corn piles and the ducks poor in from all angles all day.
However, I was pleasantly surprised that this was not the case with Pampa
Adventures. I figured we would have bird boys that carried the stools and
decoys to the corn pile and gave us shells when we needed more. But that simply
was not the case.
The men we were paired with were not bird boys at all. They
were guides, they were duck hunters, and they knew what they were doing. They
had scouted, found where the birds were feeding and resting, and put us in
positions to kill decoying birds. The birds responded well to their calling,
and the guides knew how to build the blinds and set decoys in a way that made
the hunting both productive and enjoyable. As a duck hunter, it warmed my soul
to see men share my passion for waterfowling even on the other side of the
I truly felt privileged to have had the chance to hunt with them.
dove shooting in Cordoba was equally as impressive. Like my brother said,
"It's like going to the arcade with unlimited tokens." It was like
nothing I have ever experienced. The TV shows I have seen simply did not do it
justice. It is something that must be experienced to comprehend. Jorge, Nacho,
and all the staff made each of us feel at home the entire stay. It was very
nice to sit and discuss politics, hunting, and life with Jorge, Nacho and their
family. They are both great men and their dedication to their business shines
The food was absolutely incredible. We're all big guys and can put
away some food. We were all impressed by the quality and quantity of the food
and wine provided. Attached is a picture of me with about a 1lb T-bone that we
were served for lunch one day. Not only was it huge, it was also cooked and
seasoned to perfection. You have to know what you are doing to cook a steak
that big to medium rare.
I could ramble on and on about how great every aspect of the
trip was, but I don't have the time. I will say that I had no complaints what-so-ever.
Thanks again for setting up this incredible trip for us,