we know that the silversidefrom the Rio de la Plata, enters through Paraná de las Palmas, and it is fished very well in Campana and up to the town of Zárate, where it also enters the irigoyen channel what sale to Talavera Passage. In this tour, the pejerrey enters through the Parana Guazú and also from the uruguay river by the Paraná Bravo and the Brazo Largo stream, among others, arriving in other years to arrive near the bridge, the campsites and the fishing clubs to late April or early May.
In other years, the species entered carded in those months, giving measurements of about 25 to 38 centimeters in quantity, with some specimens of 40 or more, which will improve matungos from the coast or docks. Everything changed, since in recent years the pejerrey is being caught fairly well, but Just since June. The factors can be many, among them the climate change that we are experiencing.
The truth is that, for end of June or beginning of July, the silverside follows its course and continues going up the river. Around this time, he has gone to look for him up the river, at the buoy 202 of the guazu, at km 197 in the area of port constanza and also in Botija Island, from km 194,500 to 188,500. Here. At this time, we always find silversides of more than interesting sizes, although there have been fishing days for no more than twenty of them, although it is always compensated with the sizes. The recommendation, if we are looking for good examples from the coast or docks, we should be testing in the area of ibicuy.
Another of the sectors through which it follows its route is the ptalavera grill, where also by the end of June and the beginning of July they go looking for it upriver in the area known as the burned stick, this in the kilometer 208,500 of Talavera. The famous burned stick, if you look for it you will not find it. It was brought from an old tree, which is not known for sure if it was a pine or a eucalyptus, which had apparently been literally burned by lightning. Hence the name of the area, but it no longer exists. Here they will find a very extensive reedbed, going up to the right, about two to three kilometers long, and where the pejerreyes that occurred at this time are the same as in the 202 del Guazú with large doors, but it is also enough to find about twenty of them.
A few kilometers from Palo Quemado, approximately at km 218, we will find another area that has also been excellent for this time of year in terms of silverside fishing and it is the Five Mouths.
From that point, we left the Talavera in front of the Biscayan island, where following the Guazu on the left we will find, from the curve of kilometer 219 to km 227,500, a extension of excellent rushes to comb them with the buoys and where, depending on the winds, you can also make attempts out of the river.
We covered most of the classic destinations to go for the silverside in the guazú, routes where the silver arrow will bring joy to the different fans who visit the area.