I placed an Argentina dove hunt on my wish list many years ago. Two years ago my wish became a reality when I saw an advertisement for Sierra Brava at DSC show, Texas. I elected to give them a try and stopped by their booth. They answered the many questions I had about Argentina dove hunting and convinced me to book a trip for our group of six hunters. They did all possible to ensure we were going to have a great hunt. The staff was friendly and efficient.

An Argentina Dove Hunt is a Dream Come True!

Located in the heart of Argentina, also known as the dove hunting capital of the world, the lodge offered unlimited, high volume shooting year round combined with superb hospitality. Our Argentina dove hunt choice was spotless, comfortable and the staff stopped just short of patronizing us in trying to be helpful. Every request, whether it was laundry service, historical questions or hunting information was welcomed with a smile by our new friends at the lodge. A full lunch followed shortly and then it was time to dove hunt.

After a short drive, we were in the hills trying to keep up with our bird boys as they led us along narrow, machete chopped trails to our individual shooting spots. Two and a half hours, 36 boxes of shells and 759 doves later I called it an afternoon. The evening meal was generous portions of fine Argentine beef with all the trimmings. The Sierra Brava staff served lunches in the field under a canopy and spared no effort: appetizers and a delicious meal from Topo’s grill, coffee, and dessert. The remainder of our hunt was a carbon copy of our first experience at Sierra Brava. Our group harvested almost 16,000 doves during our three-day hunt! We boosted our harvest numbers from the previous year by over two thousand.

What is a typical day like?

  • 7:00-7:30 a.m. – Wake up call (will vary according to the season and scouting reports).
    Join us for fresh coffee and a delicious Argentinian breakfast in our dining area.
  • 8:00 a.m. – Breakfast is served.
    Enjoy to fresh fruit, muffins, toast and eggs before you begin your day. You will definitely want to try the Argentinean favorite dulce de leche.
    After Breakfast – Head out to the field!
    Dove hunters will be caravanned to the field where you will meet your field assistants who will guide you to your blind and assist you in everything you may need during your morning hunt.
  • 12:30 p.m. – Enjoy a traditional Argentinean asado (BBQ) field lunch.
    Feast on delicious, homemade empanadas, dove brochettes, pork sausage, tenderloin, ribs, skirt steak, pork chops and much more.
  • 1:30 p.m. – Free time.
    Enjoy an afternoon nap in one of our comfortable hammocks/cots. Relaxing time after lunch during the winter months may be shorter.
  • 3 p.m. – Enjoy the best hunting in the field during the afternoon shoot.
    After the shoot you will go back to the lodge and may enjoy a professional upper- or full-body massage from one of our local masseuses.
    An afternoon cocktail and snack will be waiting for you by the Texas fire pit. Recount the day’s events and compare stories with fellow hunters.
  • 8:00 p.m. – Dinner is served.
    Taste a variety of local seasonal favorites including our famous cuts of Argentinean beef. Topo’s Italian night is another favorite of our guests.


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