Welcome to Los Ombues,
the finest bird hunting lodge in Argentina.
After 20 years of hosting bird shooters in Argentina, I was lucky to find what is probably the premier hunting spot on my country.
The area is located at 250 miles northwest from the city of Buenos Aires in the Entre Rios Province.
The land has rolling hills with extensive pastures and agricultural land next to one of the largest marsh areas in Argentina. READ MORE
Highlights - All about bird hunting in Argentina.
The best place in the world for dove, ducks, mixed bag and partridge shooting.
Because of the extremely high standards of the services provided, Los Omb˙es achieved the award of the Orvis International Lodge of the Year in 2012.
While dove hunting in the United States is very popular, the differences between hunting domestically and participating in dove hunting in Argentina are very extreme. As a result, those who are looking to experience dove hunting on a whole new level would greatly benefit from considering all that Argentina dove hunting has to offer.
Los Ombues is the only hunting lodge in the country where you can shoot ducks, perdiz and high volume doves in the same area
Los Ombues has celebrated it┤s 20th anniversary a few days Ago! Each season has been better than the previous one with guests returning to visit us since then...
The whole staff of Los Ombues is working hard in order to be ready for the opening of the 2014 Mixed Bag season.
There are already lots of ducks arround, and the weather is getting ducky.....
Los Ombues is located in Entre Rios province,
Historically Los Ombues have respected the 20 duck limit enforced by the province authority.
World's finest dove hunting
Season: Year round!
There is no season or limit for dove hunting in Argentina.
Each day affords six to seven hours of good, steady shooting. An average of 3 cases of shells per day per shooter is the daily norm. READ MORE
Our variety of ducks are very different than those found in the Northern hemisphere, including the Withe chek pintail, Silver Teal, Ringed Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Red Shoveler, Brazilian Duck, Southern Widgeon, Speckled Teal, Tree ducks and the sporty Rosy Billed Pochard. READ MORE
From May to August.
This fast flushing bird is hunted over fine pointing dogs on rolling hills in the beautiful countryside. The perdiz is similar to the quail, though this bird is larger and is found in singles and sometimes in pairs, instead of covies. READ MORE