Field Journals

Trekking With You for 46 Years and We’re Just Getting Started

Trekking With You for 46 Years and We’re Just Getting Started

In 1972, Northeast Florida outdoors writer Robert Cloaninger eagerly accepted an invitation from a U.S. magazine editor to investigate reports of a high-mountain lake in Central Honduras, which locals claimed had the potential to yield the next world record largemouth bass. Cloaninger’s vivid stories of ascending high into the volcanic fields forming Lake Yojoa to […]

Cordoba’s Dove Season Pause is an Investment in the Future

Cordoba’s Dove Season Pause is an Investment in the Future

Cordoba, Argentina — Trek International Safaris is proud to support an agreement to a dove season contraction in Cordoba, Argentina, which all regional outfitters unanimously and voluntarily entered into last year. As a response to Argentina’s worst drought in a century in 2017-‘18, this agreement effectively pauses all dove hunting in the Cordoba province during […]

Nicaragua Teal: Early Season Update

Nicaragua Teal: Early Season Update

Nicaragua Teal Season Off to Typically Strong Start Chinandega, Nicaragua — As the first major migration of ducks flock to their wintering home on Estero Palo Grande Lagoon in northwestern Nicaragua, Trek’s first groups of duck hunters of the 2018-2019 season are returning home with reports of robust blue-winged teal action. With Nicaragua’s rainy season […]