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This fascinating continent is home to the largest rain
forest in the world, the Amazon, as well as some of the highest and most remote
mountain ranges. Unfortunately, it has suffered from some of the worst cases
of environmental exploitation on earth and much of the pristine wilderness has been
An interesting variety of big game is found in South America,
but much of it is now protected, due to excessive market hunting and enormous loss
of habitat. Species such as as, spectacled bear, marsh deer, pampas deer,
two species of huemul, and the jaguar are all unique to this continent - all are
now protected. Nevertheless, it is still possible to hunt cougar, whitetail deer,
two species of brocket deer and two species of peccary. Research efforts are now
underway to bring the jaguar back from near extinction. Hunters are aiding biologists
by darting and collaring jaguars in Paraguay to study their movements.
Additionally, ranchers in Argentina have imported numerous
exotic species, which have adapted well and even flourished. Red deer, Axis
deer, blackbuck, fallow deer and wild boar are some examples of exotic species,
which can be hunted on huge private ranches.
South America is also home to the finest wing shooting
on earth. Rich habitat coupled with vast agricultural lands in cultivation
combine to provide habitat to millions of doves, pigeons and waterfowl of many species.
Long shooting seasons and liberal, or no bag limits make this continent a wing shooter’s
destination without equal.
South America is also justly famous for excellent angling
opportunities. The vast Amazon River system is home to the voracious peacock
bass, one of the premier sport fish on the planet. Spectacular jungle scenery
add to the enjoyment of chasing this fresh water predator. Further south in
Paraguay and Argentina the magnificent golden Dorado is the target. These
super fighting fish, which can reach 40 pounds and more are also unique to the South
American continent. In the far south of Chile and Argentina, in Patagonia,
there is superb fishing for brown trout and salmon, as well as steelhead and other
EXPERIENCE - “Wisdom from Experience!”
is no hollow epithet. Bob Kern and his experienced staff have traveled throughout
the South America and hunted or visited all the major destinations there.
The Hunting Consortium is proud to represent several of the finest outfitters in
South America, we know who is reliable and who isn’t.
This experience is time consuming and expensive to amass,
but costs our clients nothing extra. In fact, it has spared our clients countless
problems, saving them precious time and money, while maximizing their chance for
success and a positive experience.
RESEARCH - Current and accurate information is
essential to the success of any hunt. No other company engages in more field research
and scouting than The Hunting Consortium Ltd. Our experienced staff are traveling
continuously throughout South America gathering up-to-the minute information on
active hunting areas, programs and outfitters, as well as exploring new areas and
creating new programs. The Hunting Consortium has built a far-reaching network
of expert advisors who periodically furnish us with news in their respective areas
SERVICE- Our multilingual, multi-national, travel
experts make all travel arrangements including; air tickets, hotel reservations,
visas, and firearm permits, as well as arranging other tourist services to complement
the hunt arrangements. We currently offer a great variety of hunts in Argentina
as well as the darting of jaguars in Paraguay for research. We can also combine
fishing, and sightseeing adventures, or relaxing tropical vacations throughout South
America with our hunting adventures. The Hunting Consortium also advises its
customers regarding firearm regulations, licensing and permitting requirements,
taxidermy, and a variety of other technical subjects according to the needs of each
client. Such expert advice is often essential to the smooth execution of a trip
to South America.