Dorado fishing at Pirá takes place in one of the planet’s largest ecological preserve. It’s lush and wild. The marsh “floating grass” islands are always shifting and moving, making the marsh truly alive and dynamic.
The fishery can be divided into two hemispheres: the Marsh as the headwaters, and the Corrientes River located downstream of the Lodge. You’ll be provided the opportunity to explore both of these these two distinctly different environments and learn the various waters for chasing dorado.
The intricate Marsh is comprised of streams, lagoons, and side-channels. Big Dorado annually push into this skinny-water utopia. Here, we typically fish from the bow of our Hell’s Bay skiffs, one angler at a time. When water conditions are low, there can be great wade-fishing opportunities.