Feb 1-15, 2014
It’s been a month and a half since Pira opened its doors for the season and good fishing has been non-stop since the get-go. Anglers are experiencing action in the marshlands, the Corrientes River, as well as tributary creeks where we’re throwing sliders and poppers with dry lines.
Despite some stormy weather, clients continue to find dorado EVERYWHERE. Peter Balfor and Chris Keeler, for instance, recently landed 30 in a day. Guides have been scouting the secret haunts of Laguna Sucia on their days off—a place boasting big schools of surface-oriented fish. Wildlife sightings have also been prolific, including caiman, capybara, and the many unique birds of the Ibera.
Looking ahead, expectations for more fond memories of this unforgettable season remain high. We look forward to seeing you at Pira Lodge soon.
TOTAL DORADO CAUGHT
Feb. 1-12: 188
Pira Lodge Fishing Manager