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A typical hunting day at the field
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We picked them up in our vans on Friday morning with Federico Gervasoni at the Amerian hotel (Córdoba Capital).
The group had planned to leave at 9 a.m. but the departure from the hotel was delayed 15 minutes. They went directly to the field with 7 of the clients (there are 8 in total in the group).
This hunting day began in the area of Pozo del Tigre to do mainly pigeon hunting. They arrived at the field at about 10 a.m. and the hunt began at 10:15, 10:20. The beginning was very calm, shooting an average of 4 or 5 boxes each and in the afternoon the hunting improved considerably.
They had lunch at 12 p.m. a delicious pork matambre, boneless chicken, chorizo, loin and an appetizer with sautéed vegetables and beef, all made by Chef Emanuel. Everything was very tasty and everyone loved what was prepared.
They returned to hunt again at 2 p.m. and carried out the activity until 4:30 p.m. This group asked to hunt with 20 caliber fine ammunition, which are one of our best shotguns, so the group was very happy.
The clients were tired since it was their first day, so we prepared everything to return to the San Huberto lodge. Around 5:50 p.m. We arrived at the aforementioned destination and the waiter Charly, the cook Gonzalo, and the host Jean-Pierre greeted the group upon arrival at the lodge with empanadas with spicy sauce. Jean-Pierre placed them in the rooms and the clients were able to rest and learn more about the lodge and its staff.
Translation by Victoria Fallotico