Pira Lodge



Адрес:

Argentina

Corrientes

Marsh, Ibera


Координаты:

Широта: -28.733737

Долгота: -58.061184


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Контакты:

1-800-530-6928

917-338-7186


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English


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info@nervouswaters.com

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Esteros del Iberá Reserve (from the Guaraní language, meaning “Bright Waters”) is one of South America’s most important freshwater reservoirs. Ranked the second-largest wetland in the world after the Pantanal in Brazil, it’s also enormous. The area encompasses more than 3 million acres of flowing water—crystal clear creeks, shallows, lakes, swamps, and lagoons. And Pira Lodge, in northern Argentina’s Corrientes Province, strategically places anglers in the southern tip; a habitat-rich bottleneck where the marsh and Corriente River ecosystems converge. Here, Dorado is king.

 

Fishing the Iberá Marshlands

Depending on conditions, the type of presentation may vary. sometimes a splashy landing of the fly in the water is actually effective as a trigger for a strike. In other cases, the opposite, a very sutil and noisless presentation is the way to go. If you are torn about this at any point, your guide will surely give you good advise about this. During the retrieve, in many cases, is convenient that the rod tip is positioned slightly under the water surface. This will allow the fly to be stripped without the line creating heavy disturbance on the water. During times with high winds the presentation is not as important. This is due to water already having a lot of turbulence on the surface because of the wind. This therefore masks the disturbance made when the fly and line is presented on the water.

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