The Best 5 shotguns 2015

1. Benelli 828U

A shotgun that feels and shoots like a Benelli from the moment you pick it up to the moment you break it open. When innovation and inspiration collided the 828U was born – the first over/under Argentina dove hunting
worthy of the Benelli badge. With the strength of steel and the weight of aluminum, the 12-gauge 828U has redefined the category. The 828U features:

Patented steel locking system and plate Easily removable trigger group receiver
Adjustable drop and cast
Ergonomic opening lever
Impulse activated ejectors
From butt to barrel, there is nothing about the 828U that hasn’t been rethought and improved.
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Argentine Asado

The asado is the most popular social gathering in Argentina and no weekend is truly complete without it. It’s a celebration of seared meat and flame, filled with good times and liberally Argentina dove hunting asadodoused with Malbec and Fernet and coke.

Traditionally the vast grassy plains (la pampa) which extend outwards for hundreds of miles from Buenos Aires have gifted the surrounding communities with an impressive abundance of top quality beef. The cows and horses that thrived on these very plains gave birth to the gaucho culture where the open fire was the only cooking option and meat the only dependable source of food.

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Argentinean Empanadas


dove hunting in argentina500g pastry dough (in Argentina you can buy pre-made discs – tapas para empanadas – if you don’t want to make the dough by hand.)
Egg yolk for brushing the tops of the empanadas
1kg beef
500g onion
300g boiled potatoes
3 hardboiled eggs
250g spring onion
1 tablespoon cumin
1 tablespoon red chilli powder (less if you don’t like it spicy)
1 tablespoon paprika
Olive oil
Warm water
Salt to taste


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Saskatoon Berry Smothered Duck Breast


4 duck breasts halves, filleted from the bone
1 Tbsp. brown sugar
1 Tbsp. Kosher salt
2 tsp. black pepper
Canola oil

2 Tbsp. olive oil
1 small onion, sliced thin
½ cup port or bold red wine
1 cup Saskatoon berries
½ cup duck (or chicken) stock
1 Tbsp. butter


With a sharp knife, score the skin of the duck breasts, being careful not to slice into the meat. In a small bowl, whisk together the brown sugar, salt, and pepper. Rub this mixture into both sides of the argentina duck huntingduck breasts and let rest for 30 minutes.

Set a cast-iron pan or other heavy skillet over medium-high heat. Add a little bit of canola oil to the pan to coat it and when it just reaches the smoking point, add the duck breasts skin side down. Let the breasts sear until the skin is crisp, about 3 to 5 minutes. Turn and sear the other side for a minute or so. Be careful not to overcook the breasts. You want them medium-rare. Remove to a warmed plate and tent with foil.

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The best 5 Waterproof Breathable Wading Jackets

According to the best waterproof Breathable Wading Jackets are:

1- Simms G4 Pro Jacket

duck hunting in ArgentinaDress for absolute angling success in Simms’ versatile, stormproof G4 Pro™ Jacket. Featuring updated GORE-TEX® PRO SHELL fabric, new G4s are 15% lighter than previous incarnations, while boasting an increase in bomber abrasion resistance and tear strength from top to bottom. Slip your hands into the drink, caress the tail of a two-footer, and keep inner sleeves dry thanks to the highly water-resistant Dry Cuff™ system. And source savvy architectural accents via nine storage pockets, including fly-box friendly bellowed and zippered chest options, two tippet pockets, a convenient sleeve stash, internal woven stretch storage, and one heaping back compartment—big enough to swallow your lunch, and then some. Welcome to the unmatched G4 Pro™.

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