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About the Lodge
About the Hunting
Santiago del Estero as a province is very unique in terms of hunting rights. The province is divided into zones and then zones are allocated to outfitters. Santiago del Estero Lodge has been allocated with a large and very productive hunting zone, providing absolute exclusivity over a huge expanse of land. This not only lets us manage our own pressure without outside influence, but it also allows us the possibility to actively manage our resources by rotating different flyways and completely minimizing hunting pressure.
It is difficult to describe volume dove shooting to those that have not done it- the excitement and constant action makes it compelling like no other venue in sport. And here in Santiago del Estero we have high volume shooting as it was in the good old days. Imagine a semi-tropical plain, with trees of mixed heights and field edges and fence lines that would recall the best dove and quail habitat of the old south.
Not only dove shooting is good, but we also encounter a phenomenal population of wild pigeons. The access to water through the Río Dulce river and its marshes combined with the food and acres and acres of trees and scrub makes this environment perfect for the development of wild pigeons. For the Pigeon shots, we normally drive a little bit more, ranging from 15 to 60 minutes.