REMOTE POSSIBILITY: ARGENTINA DUCK HUNT IN ONE OF WATERFOWLING’S LAST FRONTIERS
Hunters always talk and dream of finding themselves “in the middle of nowhere,” but rarely arrive at that destination. Even that little rock in the middle of the Bering Sea has wireless. Not here. Real duck hunters find the middle of nowhere in Argentina’s wild northern tier, where the Rio Salado River winds through the second largest wetland in this country. Step back in time to the 1850s and this is what the Lower Mississippi River Delta may have looked like before the Big Muddy was diked, dammed, degraded. This is a different kind of Argentina duck hunt. Inconvenient, slightly labor intensive…you know, like actual duck hunting.
Referenced hunt: Rio Salado Argentina duck hunt