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Province of Jujuy
 
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Fishing in Jujuy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The variety of climates and of height on the level of the sea allows the development of a very varied fauna of fresh water that goes from the species common to the basin parano-platense (that all they can be obtained in areas so distant for that county as the delta from Buenos Aires), until a salmónidos variety that understands the three main of trout, that is, rainbow, brown and of stream or fontinalis.

This circumstance offers the tourist the possibility to practice both piscatorial modalities in oneself trip, whenever has the time and the necessary team.

In principle, the fishing of high and half mountain is bounded the mentioned trouts, the perch or Creole trout that it is in fact a fish completely different to the salmonidos, a luck of alive fossil, when saying of some investigating qe relates it with the sciaénidos, vast family to which belong the corvine ones and that they suppose that those perches were of salted water and they were acclimatized to the fresh water when taking place the movement Andean orográfico.

As much this call perch as the trouts are very looked for by the fishermen that use only artificial baits. The third in discord are the pejerrey, with which most of the dikes and reservoirs of the county were sowed and that has already given since copies of very good size this atmospheres they are plentiful in fito and zooplankton.

The lowest area that corresponds to the last estribaciones from the precordillera to the area boscosa of the east, is dedicated to the coast fauna. They are obtained golden, big vogues, surubíes and bagres of more than 2 kg .

A variant that wakes up the interest of many fans is the practice of the fishing with fly for the gilding, in the area this of the county, in the basins of the rivers Lavayén and San Francisco . In that area gildings have been obtained of up to 10 kg . by means of the fly team, with that which an almost permanent current of fishermen that is only interrupted in the time of the big rains with the periodic grown logics of both courses settled down. As well as it happens with the hunt, the sport fishing is regulated in the whole county and it stops its exercise it is demanded the obtaining of the permission and the corresponding zonal license.

 

Fishing areas

 

They are distinguished three basins hidrográficas:

  • Cuenca of the Bermejo river
  • Cuenca of the river Pilcomayo
  • Cuenca endorreica puneña
Cuenca of the Bermejo

 

The collector of the High Cuenca of the Bermejo river in territory jujeño is the river San Francisco , formed by the fork of the Big rivers and Lavayén. Their main tributaries are those of the left riverbank: Negro river, Ledesma, San Lorenzo , Zora and of the Piedras (south to north). In the river Lavayén the rivers converge Mojotoro and of the Pavas. The Grande river is born in Three Cruces and goes from north to south until its union with the river Perico, changing after direction toward the northeast. The main tributaries of the Grande river are from north to south: river Soaks you for the left riverbank and rivers Yacoraite, León, Yala, Reyes, Xibi-Xibi, Los Alisos and Perico.

 

Cuenca of the river Pilcomayo

 

They belong San Juan river and rivers Grande , The Quiaca, Yavi and Sansana.

 

Cuenca endorreica of the puna

 

Of the rivers without exit to the sea the main ones are: Miraflores, de las Burras, Piscuno that drain in the lagoon of Guyatayoc. The rivers Cincel and Santa Catalina that drain in the lagoon of Pozuelos. The Rosario drains in salting of Olaroz and Cauchari.

 

Trouts

 

Area Puna-gulch, Rivers: Santa Catalina, Grande de San Juan Orosmayo, Paicone, Cusi-Cusi, Yavi, Barrios y lagoon Leandro
Area Fences, Rivers:Yala, Lozano, Reyes, Guerrero, Tesorero, Lamzal, La Quesera , Tiraxi, Tilquiza, Las Escaleras, Las Capillas, Los Morados, Paños y laguna Chañi.
Area Brunch, Rivers: Totorillas, Trementinal, Normenta, Ranger, Catalpe, Valle Grande, Colorado, Yerba Buena, Sunchal, Santa Rosa and Pampichuela.

 

Pejerrey

 

Dikes: La Ciénaga , Las Maderas, Alisos, Catamontaña, lagoon of Yala, Rodeo and Comedero.

   
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