Desert BigHorn Sheep at Tiburon 2020

Currency:USD Category:Hunting Start Price:15,000.00 USD Estimated At:50,000.00 - 0.00 USD
Desert BigHorn Sheep at Tiburon 2020

( DESERT SHEEP HUNT ON TIBURON ) Sierra Madre Outfitters donated a Desert Sheep Hunt in Tiburón Island Sonora Mexico / the hunt it includes everything for 11 day full hunt, we will go after 180+ Ram - the hunt would be from February 11 to February 21 - 2020 - With Sierra Madre Outiffters and our Guides experecine! you will have a %100 chance to take your shoot with 350 yards or less / Hunt Includes:
11 days full hunt /
All transportation /
Guns permit (Hunter can bring two guns and 50 rounds for each gun) /
Permits,Tag and CITES (Cites exportation tramit) / Exportation Fees /
Professional Skinning and Trophy Care /
High Class Guide Service ( One master guide from seri tribe plus two pro spotters with first class glassing equpiment ) /
Backpackers (Second Hand Assistants) /
All Meals, Hard and Soft Drinks /
Accommodations /
English Speaking Guides All The Time
Outfitter Personal Services - per extra observer $1000 per day - Extra Fees tips / You can upgrade to more hunts: Desert Mule Deer and Coues Deer hunts for rasonable prices - Directly contact one of our Outfitters from the website www.sierramadreoutfitters.com Facebook: Sierra Madre Outfitters Instagram: Sierra Madre Outfitters

During your entire hunt you will be accompanied by an experienced master guide to ensure you receive the highest level of support and service, but you will select your own trophie, rams must have a nice but not full curl needed to be harvested and range from 1 you can choose to hunt with rifle, archery, the style of hunt spot and locate the ram.

Tiburón Island:

(Spanish: Isla del Tiburón or Isla Tiburón) is the largest island in the Gulf of California and the largest island in Mexico, with an area of 464 square miles (1,200 square kilometres). It was made a nature reserve in 1963 by President Adolfo López Mateos. Tiburón is Spanish for shark. Although the Seri name was first recorded by Alphonse Pinart in 1879, its etymology is unknown.