Fishing Corrientes Argentina

Realize your dream of the giant gold and the famous surubins is monitored via implanted region Argentina. Embark on one of these hostels.

Corrientes, northeastern Argentina, is one of the best fishing destinations in the Americas. Surrounded by the rivers Parana and Uruguay the region won the preference of fishermen from around the world to protect its main species and offer lavish gold and fisheries surubins is monitored via implanted. It is not for any reason that at least 70000 Brazilians moving up there. The attendance of the hostels has been improving year by year and is difficult to find who has visited and came back unfulfilled.

What fish? The gold of up to 30 kg and the painted up to 70 kg are the main stars. However, pacus, piaparas and piracanjubas of good businesses as are protagonists. Depending on the season and location you can also fish piraputangas and jaús. The gold and the surubins is monitored via implanted are protected by law. Fishing license See the Inn, because it can handle to provide your that is valid for as long as you are in the region. What is the best time? The highlight for fishing for large gold occurs between the months of September and October in the spring. During the same period, the piracanjubas are also very active. From December to may following productive fishing, including good times for the piaparas and pacus. Already in the colder months, from mid-May to August, the best option is to surubins is monitored via implanted fishing on the river big Paraná. The bagrões seem willing to warm the fishermen, since they attack the Barb long lures, “lick” the bottom of the river. The fishing ban period In Corrientes, the period of prohibition of fishing in the Paraná River, by reason of the fish reproduction is different and divided into two sections from 2011. The “round robin” was applied on the basis of scientific studies of the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste (UNNE). Of Ituzaingó until the area of confluence of the Paraná River with Paraguay River, in Paso de La Patria, the prohibition begins in mid-November and will until the last week of December. This section corresponds to the border region with Paraguay. At that time, any type of fishing is allowed. From the confluence of the Paraná/Paraguay air throughout fronteirço snippet with the province of Chaco the spawning in force since 2012 days of the week. Thus, the amateur fishing is prohibited only on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. On Saturdays and Sundays is to turn to professional fishing not permitted. How to get there? To reach the province of Corrientes is easy. Is a tip: plan your trip according to the number of escorts. Carriers often offer sleeper bus for groups of more than ten people. However, who is accompanied by a few friends, or even alone, can appeal to the car or on the plane. Car There are two “Gates” to Corrientes quite common for the car itself: by Puerto Iguazu, in the province of Misiones, and Paso de Los Libres, on the border of Rio Grande do Sul. For most fishermen from all parts of Brazil and in particular of the Southeast and Paraná, the best option is by means of Foz do Iguaçu. The brazilian city is possible to make a stop and see the beautiful waterfalls and still spend a little bit with shopping in Ciudad del Leste, in Paraguay, or Free Shop Puerto Iguazu. Choosing the option of going through of Foz do Iguaçu, tourists will more 320 km to reach the province of Corrientes. During the crossing by Misiones there are tolls, but don’t worry: prices are very cheap compared to those of Brazil. For those already part of Rio Grande do Sul and also some parts of Santa Catarina, the best is to follow for Uruguaiana and after Paso de Los Libres. This access is more close to the region of the Esteros and farther from the famous Large corridor Corrientes points “and” Alto Paraná Corridor “. Until the Corrientes capital, for example, are 381 km. Even so, the journey is quiet, the track features good condition. Requirements for drive • be enabled to conduct the type of vehicle used and take the original and valid driver’s license; • Original documents of the automobile or motorcycle. If the owner of the vehicle is not the driver or the car is financed, the charge will have to make an authorization notarized and forward to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to legalize. For more information call for legalization (61) 3411-8811/3411 8806 or www.mre.gov.br • third party insurance (green card) in effect for the period of the trip, to cover any damage caused to third parties, transported or not; • Have the vehicle identification plates; • Have fire extinguisher, two triangles, a steel cable or Cali and seat belt; • It is not permitted to travel on engagement disuse; • Motorcycles: its occupants should use helmets with display or special glasses. * Information provided by the Argentine Consulate in Sao Paulo. See also your insurance company. Galera in busão Many operators offer bus from a particular section or even the city of origin of the fishermen until the final destination. In this case, the concern about the requirements for joining Argentina is not the responsibility of the fisherman. However, you have the guys who joins and resolves “fix” a bus and make the trip to the city chosen on their own. There it is best to be aware of the provisions of the local government: 1. It is mandatory the presentation of International Travel issued by the ANTT, in which it is said that the vehicle will join one of the Argentine customs and exit by the same; 2. Is it mandatory to have two drivers, both specific and valid driver’s license holders; 3. original document of the vehicle; 4. International Insurance, the “green card”; 5. Authorization registered in favour of drivers to drive the vehicle coming out of Brazil to join in Argentina; 6. certificate of technical review of current vehicle; 7. The bus with less than 21 seats must meet only the items 2, 4, 5 and 6. * Information provided by the Argentine Consulate in Sao Paulo. See also the insurance company your Plane to reach the points through fishing plane, there are three cities receiving daily flights from Buenos Aires: Corrientes, Posadas (Misiones) and resistance (Chaco). The hint: for those who go fishing in the region closest to Corrientes and until the corner is the ideal program to get through Resistance or Corrientes. The two cities are conurbadas. Who’s going to to Ita Ibaté, Ituzaingó and Yahapé the best is to choose a flight to Posadas. Consult your contractor to see if the package is included the transfer service from the airport to the fishing spot. Otherwise, don’t worry: the prices of taxi in Argentina are very cheap compared to those of Brazil. Plane + car or bus National options to get to Corrientes through are air by Foz do Iguaçu airport and Porto Alegre. More requested for this trip, the city of Paraná is in the triple border between Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. From there the fisherman can rent a car or take a bus to the city chosen. Make an appointment: many operators offer transportation to the hostel from the airport of Foz do Iguaçu. The hint: If you’re flying into the mouth, the cheapest option is to rent the car in Argentine territory or choose one of several bus departing from Puerto Iguazu to correntinas cities. Already in Porto Alegre the fisherman will be closer to the Uruguay River and the Paraná Corridor South. The city can take a bus to Paso de Los Libres and Uruguaiana, or from one of the two cities to rent a car to get to the point, or continue with bus. Necessary documents It’s no use insisting: wpgu (CNH), birth certificate or even your amateur fishing license and other documents will not be accepted to join Argentina. A lot of people have a story to tell to get to the nearby Customs Office and be barred. So remember: take your Passport with validity exceeding six months, or the ID issued for less than ten years. Stay tuned to these details! The identity document is accepted on behalf of MERCOSUR, the economic bloc in which Brazil and Argentina are the main leaders.