Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby beretta24 » Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:18 am

Eric,

If you have room I would be open to either approach. Were you thinking of 2010, 2011....?

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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby AAR » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:29 pm

beretta24 wrote:Eric,

If you have room I would be open to either approach. Were you thinking of 2010, 2011....?

Brian


I initially thought of doing it this summer but with the new little one not for sure. Back and forth regarding there or New Zealand. The NZ hunt is for 2 people and a nice price of 1,850 each for a 5 day all inclusive hunt, pretty good I thought. Argentina is obviously a mecca but the recent import problems are a hiccup.

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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby Genuine Waterfowler » Wed Sep 23, 2009 6:10 pm

TTW -

Maybe you should save more and go with friends. :no:
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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby montana quackhead » Sun Sep 27, 2009 11:44 pm

NZ, all inclusive includes alcohol, shells and tags??
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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby AAR » Mon Sep 28, 2009 4:46 pm

Do not know about alcohol, have to pay for shells and the license.

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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby g_maxson » Wed Jan 06, 2010 3:21 pm

Yes, there are a lot of birds you can not bring back currently, but IMO, I have not been there to collect but to wing shoot. As far as that goes, I would much rather shoot pigeons in Argentina than waterfowl.
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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby gwdecoys » Sat May 22, 2010 7:35 pm

Never hqad any problem bringing back breasts, etc--as long as there are no feathers, customs folks are pretty good in the states..I take a lot of photos of specimens for use in my decoy shop, so i can make new dekes for our host in benito juarez.
I am with you all regarding geese---There is NO reason whatsoever for banning hunting of upland-magellan geese--They are a much larger species than the ashy heads, and i assume that a subspecies of them, the rusty headed, which i have not seen in seven years, was the alleged porblem, along with the actions of some bleeding hearts from our country..
Ducks, perdiz, hares, dove and pigeon, along with some other odd species is more than enough, although, i do miss the magellans!
Off on another adventure on friday.
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Re: Who wants to get something going for Argentina?

Postby gwdecoys » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:17 pm

AWe had an excellent week for ducks, with nine species counted in one morning--Many hares,perdiz,pigeon in the area--Not as many dove this year, as a lot of the farms are now planting soy occasionally--Hope they switch beck to sunflowers and corn in the future, but rotation is good, as the less risk proposition with soy.
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