Esquina is located on the banks of the Corrientes River, right at the point where it joins the Paraná River. The Corrientes River begins in the Iberá Wetlands, one of the largest freshwater and wildlife reservoirs in the world. The Iberá Wetlands are the ideal breeding site for a large number of fish species; this causes that the predatory fish of the Paraná gather in great numbers waiting for the passage of the new litters. This is why Esquina is one of the best places in the world for those who practice sport fishing.
Given its magnificent characteristics and combination of ecosystems, there, you can practice angling with lures and bait all year round, giving unimaginable results for fishermen who approach this corner of Argentina, where the amount of spades and attacks on their lures , exceed, in most of the times, the expectations of themselves.