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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Nicaragua

Hunting and fishing trips in Nicaragua: known for giant tarpon and fantastic duck and dove shooting

Locked in the middle of Central America, Nicaragua’s biodiversity shelters countless rainforests exuberant with wildlife, often addressed as the lungs of Central America. Nicaragua is splattered with impressive waterfalls roaring in the forest, and lagoons glistening under the morning sun, all of which are scenarios you may expect as backdrop to your exquisite duck and dove drive.

Find yourself distracted between the active volcano or the beauty of birds fluttering over your head. There are blue winged teal, tree ducks and white-winged doves targeted from behind blinds and amidst decoys. Nicaragua’s wealth of wildlife seeps into its waters and grows the giant tarpon to massive weights of over 200 lbs. Along the Rio San Juan, rainbow bass and snook also fill the waters in great numbers, perfect for a variety of fishing styles are welcome from fly-fishing to spinning, jigging and trolling.

The blue marlin also roams the nearby off-shore waters in monstrous sizes for those seeking the king of big game fishing. The top-quality doesn’t change when facing the sailfish, renown for its intimidating dorsal fin, it is found in great sizes proving for hard-fighting fishing. Nicaragua will not disapoint with its variety of fishing with mahi mahi and dorado, but also premier marlin and endless duck and dove shooting.

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