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Hunting and Fishing Lodge Reviews
Here's what a few of our customers have had to say about us.
Spring 2013 - Entre Rios, Argentina
The entire experience from booking to arrival back in Houston was awesome. The people at the resort where great. The accomodations where awesome. The staff at the resort where some of the most attentive and accomidating that I have ever had the pleasure of being served by. Cano was one of the best outfitters that I have hunted with. Cano and Peter where some of the most knowledgable, friendly, quick witted, entertaining and helpful host. They have done done their homework in selecting the hunting locationa as well as preparing their staff to make my experience the best. My congratulations as well as a big Thank You goes out to them all. I would also like to Thank Gage Outdoors. Dan you help me plan a trip of a life time for my father, son in law and myself. I very much appreciate your service. Lawrence
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Summer 2013 - San Juan, Argentina
The best feature of our trip was Diego, the crew leader at San Juan. He and his entire crew did an outstanding job!!!! I would go back in a minute if I knew he was in charge of the hunt!
JoAnn and I had a great trip. The hunting was excellent both duck and dove. The staff was the best I have seen In twenty three years hunting in Argentina. The food was out of this world. San Juan lodge is absolutely beautiful as well as Bolacua Resort. I would like to thank you for a great job in putting this trip together and for Four Seasons and Cano I could not say enough. Cano is a gracious host and one of the finest people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Four seasons is without a doubt one of the best outfitters in Argentina. We both look forward to our next trip to Argentina.
FYI, Scott & I had a fantastic trip and a wonderful experience at Estancia San Juan---shooting was beyond words as well as Diego and his excellent staff—hats off to all!
March 2013 - Entre Rios Argentina
My son, Hunter (now 11 years old) and I just returned from our springbreak trip to Argentina. Given all the recent hype about climate change in the United States, we thought we should do something good for the environment while we were there. Since there are over 50 million doves in the Entre Rios province of Argentina alone, we postulated that all the carbon dioxide and methane that they are emitting certainly can't be good for the environment. In addition, the cummulative trillions of wing beats from the dove's wings is certainly drying up the rivers and oceans. Fortunately, we had brought along our new Benelli Ultralight 28 gauge shotguns...they turned out to be the perfect tool for the task at hand. We worked dilligently all week...one shot at a time, trying to eliminate their carbon footprints. It was quite a challenge...shooting over 6000 shotgun shells in three days. All the time, we were refueled only by Argentine "limo de baca" (filet mignon), dulce de leche, and Malbec wine. We celebrated at the end of the week with a day of fishing for freshwater Dorado on the Uraguay river. The river levels were slightly above average and the summer temperatures were very comfortable in the mid-70's. Apparently our mission was successful...then again, none of the local Argentine people had ever heard of climate change and did not seem at all concerned...I guess they don't get CNN yet! I included a photo showing the results of just one of our afternoon hunts. The smiles on our faces come from the personal satisfaction of doing our part for the environment. I just wonder if I can get a "green" tax credit for our shotgun shells! Hope your springbreak was as enjoyable and productive as ours! DAN
Spring 2013 - Entre Rios, Argentina
Ben,,,,, Yes , we had a great time on our trip. Quality people you have down there. Cano and I spent a lot of time talking hunting an business. Good man. I have attached some pictures that you might find useful. Have a good dozen ready to sign up for their trip. Have a good day. Larry Lewis
2012 - Argentina Dove Hunt
0ur Argentina Duck/Dove shoot was more than anyone could expect. Your staff was great, the meal preparation was excellent, and the other guest made for great ongoing conversation. The staff suggested that we change Wednesday a.m. duck shoot to a goose shoot because the meteorological conditions were perfect for calling in the Magellan geese, they were and we had a great success.
Spring 2012 - Argentina Dove Hunt
The only thing I would do differently is to stay longer. It was a great time and one more day would have been great. Thank you for a great time in Argentina!
Spring 2012 - Entre Rios Argentina
Our 9 year old son “Hunter” and I just returned from our spring break trip to Argentina. As you can see in the pictures below, Hunter worked hard with his 28 gauge Franchi shotgun trying to help rid the Argentine’s from their “la peste de palomas” (plague of doves). We shot over 5000 rounds in 4 days and Hunter killed over a thousand doves in a single day which earned him a membership into the 1000 dove club (he hasn’t taken his hat off since!). The local Argentines were so happy that we were helping to control the “ratas con alas” (rats with wings) that they treated us with feasts of grass-fed Argentine beef tenderloin each day and provided me with all the Malbec red wine that I could drink. We would take mid-day breaks on hammocks lying in the warm Argentine sun but then it was back to our duty in the afternoon. We did take off one day mid-week to rest our shoulders and enjoyed some phenomenal “dorado” fishing in the Uraguay river. Not only are they the “hardest fighting freshwater fish in the world” but they are also one of the best tasting! We caught and released over 20 fish but kept several for shore lunch. On the last day, we also helped out one of the local pecan farmers by thinning some of the thousands of wild parrots/parakeets that were devastating his pecan crop. I hate to use the term “heros” but we did leave a lasting impression upon the Argentine people. Unfortunately, our trip was not a complete success…there were still over 50 million doves still filling the sky’s of the Entre Rios providence of Argentina when we left. It is a mission that will require our efforts again next year…anyone up for some philanthropic work in South America?
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