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Hunting Like Anywhere Else

Jeff Messman, Paul Messman, Jake Owens, and Dennis Kiel are avid hunters, hunting partners, best friends, and family. Their group chose the best location in The Hunting Cabin at San Javier. The cabin made the perfect scene for them to spend time together and to best enjoy the one thing they came to Argentina to do: duck hunt. They were not disappointed.

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Each morning and evening there were new stories to tell.  Smiles and laughs seemed to be constant in the lodge as the men shared stories, cracked jokes, and enjoyed the presence of one another.  The hunts were extravagant, especially compared to the duck hunting they enjoy in the northern United States. 

Jake and Jeff were amazed at the quality, volume, and range of species of ducks that they saw in the field each day.  The entire group was more than pleased with the expertise in ducks that the field staff had shown them. They came to the lodge each morning and evening with full limits and happiness on their faces. 


For waterfowl hunters, Argentina is the ultimate option. The population of ducks is very large and the variety of species that you can find in this area is so vast that it makes this outdoor sport unique. These are some of the species you can find in Argentina:


  • Ringed Teal Duck: Ringed teal have strong, pointed claws on their feet and so can readily perch in trees. They have beautiful iridescent greenish plumage patterns, especially on the wings. They may be distinguished by a white patch in front of the green speculum.
  • Brasilian Teal Duck: Light brown in color. Brazilian Teal live in pairs or in small groups of up to twenty birds. They eat seeds, fruits, roots, and insects.
  • Speckled Teal Duck: It inhabits freshwater wetlands, preferring palustrine habitat to rivers. The Speckled Teal has a black speckled light-brown head and neck, dark-brown eyes and a yellow beak.
  • Silver Teal Duck: It has a black cap which extends to just below the dark-brown eyes, black nape, and a whitish lower face and throat. It lives on fresh water in small groups and feeds primarily on vegetable matter such as seeds and aquatic plants.

Of course, these are just a few species. In Argentina, there are more than 20 species of ducks you can hunt. For a duck hunting trip, we offer you amazing accommodations at San Javier Lodge lodge.

After each hunt, our guests enjoyed the meals Lucas prepared. The service at The Hunting Cabin was more than they could have hoped for. It actually exceeded their expectations! 

Jeff, Paul, Jake, and Dennis each agreed that there was no place else in the world that could rival the duck hunting in San Javier. NOTHING can be compared to this.  We could not have asked for a happier or more satisfied group once they departed.

We look forward to seeing each of them again in the coming years. We know they’ll be back soon!


Are you looking for a duck hunting adventure like this?

You should be the next one!


Pointer Outfitters Argentina

Edited by Juliana D'Olivo 




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We would like to share these cool pictures of some of the groups in the field yesterday. They are families and friends. We hope they had a great time! We were so happy to have them with us! #pointeroutfitters #pointerwingshooting #outside #shooting #argentina #explore #outdoor

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