Catch and release is a very effective and recreational way of ensuring the continuity of species. Its practice, along with other traditional ways, is enforced day after day.
In the City of Chajarí
, angling is a typical activity, especially in the vast reservoir of the Salto Grande Dam. Other water bodies, such as the Mocoretá, Uruguay and Gualeguay Rivers and the plentiful creeks located in the nearby areas make up the fisheries chosen by uneasy anglers.
The lake is the most popular destination visited by many enthusiasts who get on board to search a good catch. There are as many strategic nooks as followers of the sport involving rods and lures. Specimens of good size are caught at these locations. Anglers just need to be patient and find the right spot, time and fishing gear. Bogas
, silversides, dorados
and shads emerge constantly to put up a fight. Maybe that is the reason why they are so highly coveted. Anglers who get on board some watercraft usually set anchor or use the so-called “camalote”