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Frontera Wingshooting,  Frontera Wingshooting,  Argentina, Red deer, Pigeon, Dove, Duck, Brown trout, Dorado, Salmon, Brook trout, Rainbow trout, Other big game

Frontera Wingshooting

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Frontera Wingshooting, Argentina
Red deer, Pigeon, Dove, Duck, Brown trout, Dorado, Salmon, Brook trout, Rainbow trout, Other big game

FRONTERA WINGSHOOTING was founded in 2002 in Cordoba, Argentina, by Tomas Frontera. Tomas wanted to help fellow hunters out there live out their dreams and try new shooting experiences. “When I realized the amazing potential Argentina has as a Wingshooting paradise, I felt the responsibility for sharing my biggest passion with the rest of the world”.
At Frontera Wingshooting you will not only experience excellent shooting but you will also get to know and live our unique culture. When choosing Frontera Wingshooting you will get the best Argentine hunts accompanied with first-class accommodations and service that is second to none. If your dream is to go on a hunt that is unlike any other we have a lot in store for you. We will delight you with our exquisite cuisine and professional chefs and you will want to carry all the wine back home with you!


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$900

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  • John 20 Jun 2015

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    Argentina continues to be the wingshooting paradise. With friendly people and a dollar friendly environment, you can get a 'lot of bang for your buck' both literally and figuratively in Argentina. I have been going there for 25 years, and will head back there twice this year. While I don't shoot the volumes I used to - 1,500 shells a day -I still love the doves as far as you can see from horizon to horizon, and no, that isn't a joke. 150 to 200 pigeon limits are fine, and 25 to 40 ducks, depending on your location, make for excellent hunts as well. Research your outfitter and the meals and accommodations will be first class as well. Don't scrimp. If you only do this once, it is worth the money; and if you become addicted, like I have, you will be planning your next trip before you reach home.



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