Parana River Fishing Argentina

Northern city, in the province of Corrientes, have several options from guesthouses and the fisherman can choose your. Good fishing!

Parana River Fishing Argentina

Entrance to the city by Ruta 12 Ita Ibaté. The translation of the indigenous language guarani is high rock. And, in fact, the sleepy town of just over 4000 inhabitants is in a high place on the banks of the Paraná River, on the Argentine side, on the border with Paraguay. What in the nineteenth century was a strategic port, today is a benchmark when it comes to fishing, whether it is made with natural or artificial baits, apart from fly. How about making a grand slam? That is, fishing the main existing fish in one catch? For anyone visiting the town of northern Argentina the variety of species found is impressive. All the protagonists of the Silver basin are present. Gold The most wanted is the “King of the river”, which in that region can be found with higher weight to 10 kg with certain frequency. The bitelos are usually caught with live bait, as the mamachas or Brunettes, very similar to the tuviras. Another option is the trolling (trolling), which consists of towing a lure contrived of dewlap, or half water. Those who prefer, in the region there are several islands that provide the fishing of fly and bait casting. In this case, and depending on the water conditions, the chance to capture dozens of smaller specimens, up to 10 kg, are good. Surubim Another heavyweight protagonist is surubim or pintado. There are reports of gigantic specimens of up to 70 kg caught not far from the city. Catches are given in the same way as the gold, but some anglers prefer a stronger equipment. Jaú Who would have thought that the species of Amazonian origin would get along so well in the waters of the big Paraná? Well around Ita Ibaté there is a point where the catches of big fish they leather with greater incidence in the whole region of Corrientes. It’s worth asking for the guide takes it and give it a try. Piracanjuba Dubbed “Princess” by Brazilians and called “salmon” by the Argentineans, they appear as stars. Worth investing in carried formed by the dozens of nearby islands of Ita Ibaté with small plugs. Don’t forget to prepare a flexible steel leader, because the chance of a gold “intruder” is huge. Soon, the line can be broken easily. Another option is to catch them in corn or rodadinha fishing. Piaparas and pacus These species are a joy to thousands of fishermen in Brazilian waters. In Ibaté Ita is no different, with advantage that larger specimens can be fished in droves. Separate a lighter and set work in choosing the most appropriate hook. The guides of the inns will offer the most promising bait, according to the time of year. How to get there ITA Ibaté is approximately 150 km of Corrientes, the provincial capital of the same name, and about 170 kilometers from Posadas. These cities have airports that receive flights from Buenos Aires. However, the most common way for Brazilians is through the Foz do Iguaçu (PR), where there is also an airport which operates flights from main airports of Brazil. Since the inner city in Paraná until Ita Ibaté is 450 km by andyeducation 12-good road, with gas stations and with tolls well cheap. Ban on fishing The spawning period in Ita Ibaté follows the same of the zone called Alto Paraná, Corrientes. Begins in the first week of November and runs until mid-December.