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Florencia is a town in the North of the Province of Santa Fe 560 miles (900 km) to the north of the city of Buenos Aires. About 25 km east of it, you reach Puerto Piracuá (from the Guaraní language Piracua, meaning “The Fish Cave”), where the fishermen's lodges are located, on the banks of the Paraná River on its high stretch.
Just getting there is a real adventure because it is done on rural roads that cross rivers and streams and finally enter the jungle. There you can see monkeys, yacarés, capybaras and birds of different species. It is a unique place because of its difficult access and is far from cities or large towns. There the Paraná River runs with transparent waters, has large curves, and forms islands and streams, which generate turbulence in the current, and for this reason, form sandbanks. In the winter months the great Dorados come together to hunt fodder fish that try to protect themselves there when the water level drops. At this time, the angler has the opportunity to get the largest Golden Dorados bites, framed in a stunning natural environment.
You can also fish in the ravines and slides that contain palisades.
Puerto Piracuá is thus a mandatory stop where every sport angler must pass.
about THE LODGing
It is a fishing lodge for the provision of services in the modalities of Fly Fishing and Lure Fishing. Strategically located at the Ramsar Jaaukanigás site, surrounded by an exuberant nature.
It is located in an area of the middle Paraná, where the main advantages are in the proximity of the fishing boats and the low fishing pressure.
The Lodge has 4 bedrooms, a spacious and comfortable dining room, and living room. It has an extensive gallery on its front to enjoy an outdoor space.
It is located on the coast of the Riacho Piracuá, with an excellent view and a few meters from the Paraná River.
The Lodge is not luxurious, but it is comfortable and its location in the middle of nowhere makes it unique.
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