Hunting Season and Details
- The hunting season usually runs from early November through the first week of March.
- The blinds are solid bolted wooden platforms raised at least 1 foot above the water level and are completely dry. You will not be submerged in water at any point in time and do not need waders. Blinds are equipped with wooden railings as well as coolers filled with drinks and ice, which double as a seat to rest on.
- We have a stock of Beretta and Benelli over/under and semi-automatic 12 and 20 gauge shotguns looked after by our onsite gunsmiths. We have enough guns to accommodate 12 hunters; please do not hesitate to inquire further.
- Ammunition is not included in the daily rate and is an additional cost of $18 per box.
- The weather in the winter is generally cool at night (low 50 degrees Fahrenheit) and warm and sunny during the day (high 70 to low 80 degrees Fahrenheit). Sunscreen and a hat are a must- we provide you with a complimentary Pichiguila Club cap upon arrival. We recommend you wear long pants and layers; it can be quite cool in the morning on the airboats when you are heading out to the blinds. Camouflage is important; please be sure to wear colors that you would expect to see among the reeds in a lagoon in winter, in particular, shades of brown and green.
- The Gazebo can be chilly in the evenings; please be sure to bring warm layers.